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Vote: Where Will The Economy Take The Market?


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After the Fed pointed to strength in the economy yesterday, didn't express concern about inflation and led Wall Street to believe rates would not be raised anytime soon, the Dow moved to within millimeters of a new high. Short-term rates held steady at 5.25 percent, although the Fed noted that "some inflation risks remain."

Many forecasters are convinced that the market will move higher this year, but will be slower and more volatile than last year, when we saw a 13.6% advance. Where do you think the economy will take the market in 2007?

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