WASHINGTON -- Is the United States headed for a mild rebound in inflation because the Federal Reserve went too far in lowering interest rates?

Conventional wisdom in financial markets gives Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and his colleagues high marks for gradually lowering short-term rates from nearly 10% in 1989 to the current 3%.

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