The Federal Reserve finally ended their zero-interest-rate stance after about seven years. Will rising interest rates cause a recession in the next year or two?

Owatonna, MN Correspondent– The U.S. economy has been chugging along at a slow-to-moderate pace since the current recovery began back in 2009 after the Great Recession ended. Part of the reason for that steady growth and lack of volatility in the stock market must be chalked up to historically low interest rates. Rising interest rates may precipitate a recession, but that’s not a certainty. Continue reading