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The Federal Reserve’s December announcement that it will begin decreasing the amount of securities it buys in its quantitative easing program this year points to a continued increase in long-term interest rates. But with economists expecting economic growth to be as good as last year’s or better, the higher rates aren’t expected to discourage companies from issuing debt.

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