WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve officials are not done yet with their job of raising short-term interest rates to cool the economy, but they may not have too far to go, either, according to analysts.

Many economists believe that Fed policymkers will tighten credit once again at the next meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee on July 5-6, lifting the federal funds rate to 4.5% from 4.25%.

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