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The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis says the Fed will have to maintain unusually low interest rates for the next five years to keep prices stable and encourage employment.
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis says the Fed will have to maintain unusually low interest rates for the next five years to keep prices stable and encourage employment.
(JOSHUA ROBERTS/REUTERS)

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The Winnipeg-raised president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis says that the U.S. Federal Reserve will have to maintain unusually low interest rates for the next five years to keep prices stable and encourage employment.