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Stimulus deal promising; housing risks still plentiful
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Interest rates; Investment policy; Income funds; Student loans; Stocks; Mortgages; Lines of credit; Investment plans; Government bonds; Financial institutions; Economists; Federal legislation; Economic recovery; Securities analysis
Author: MarksJarvis, Gail
Date: Jan 27, 2008
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Section: Business
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If the Federal Reserve is lowering rates, the saying goes, investors should go with the flow, buy stocks, and sooner or later benefit from the ability of consumers and businesses to borrow money at lower interest rates. [...] consumers may have lower interest rates on everything from credit cards and car loans to home-equity lines of credit and college student loans.

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