Savers are right to worry about the risk of inflation in coming years. But policymakers can reassure long-term savers of their anti-inflation credentials with a change in the U.S. government’s debt management policy: sell only inflation-indexed notes and bonds with a maturity of 5 years or more, Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports.
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