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Most treasurers probably headed into 2004 with a cash management plan based on one key assumption: U.S. interest rates would be heading upward–probably to top 5% at some point during the year. That held all the usual implications: higher borrowing costs, higher potential returns on fixed-income investments and a healthier economic climate.

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