Bernanke's Own Words on Inflation, Fed Policy, Deficit
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Bernanke's Own Words on Inflation, Fed Policy, Deficit

March 1 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke speaks about the surge in oil and other commodity prices and the potential impact of the rising prices on the U.S. economy. Bernanke, in his semi-annual testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, says the rise probably won't cause a permanent increase in broader inflation and repeated borrowing costs are likely to stay low. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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