Partly because of continued growth in the U.S. economy coupled with the winding down of the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying program, the risks of continued low inflation are diminishing.

Interest rates may well rise sooner than the Federal Reserve’s targeted 2015 second quarter lift-off. All bets are off, however, if the economy takes a nosedive in the interim.

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