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If Ben Bernanke becomes the next chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in February as expected, his main concern will be helping to guide the U.S. economy to the soft landing triggered by the rate hikes started in 2004. Most economists expect that 2006 will be another overall strong year of growth, especially in the first half, and that the Fed will gradually take the fed funds rate closer to 5%.

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