Fed's Bernanke sees low U.S. rates until jobs grow

After some false starts the US economy is on track for a sustained recovery, Fed Governor Ben Bernanke said in testimony prepared for delivery to the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday. But Bernanke told the panel the Fed sees risks that already low inflation could drift lower, putting the central bank in a position to hold interest rates down until signs emerge of solid recovery in the jobs market.

Source: Reuters

The U.S. economy seems on track for a sustained period of expansion, but the Federal

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