Goldman's Giant Call: No Fed Rate Hike Until 2012

Here it is in all its glory — Goldman is forecasting no Fed rate hikes until 2012. That means over two more years of ultra-low interest rates. It’s counter-consensus and well below what the market expects.

Do we hear a freight train coming?
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