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Calm and cool, the world’s most powerful central banker was able to make a strong case yesterday that the United States is not going to hell in a hand-basket. She also explained why inflation is still on the way and why falling oil prices are going to have a minor and temporary effect on a gradual U.S. recovery. More read comments
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