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Economists expect rates to rise; Fed seen curbing inflation as the recovery begins.

JUL 11, 1991 1:00am ET

NEW YORK - U. S. interest rates will probably rise in the second half of 1991 as the economy shifts into recovery and the Federal Reserve moves to ward off inflation, economists said.

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