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.

"We look for a general trend toward higher rates over a six-month horizon," said Robert DiClemente, senior economist at Salomon Brothers Inc.

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