Rising yields won’t blunt the U.S. economy’s momentum – for now

NEW YORK – There’s too much momentum and too little debt for rising interest rates to derail the U.S. economic expansion. That’s the conclusion from economists arguing that this time really is different for an American economy facing the prospect of higher interest rates. Unlike a decade ago, corporate and household balance sheets are healthy…

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