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Morning Money Links: Happy anniversary, zero interest rates; dollar not so dead after all; Fannie and Freddie need more $$$?

December 15, 2009 | 10:27 am

--- This week’s Federal Reserve meeting marks the one-year anniversary of zero short-term interest rates. No way rates are going up at this meeting, which wraps up on Wednesday. But the latest inflation numbers are giving the bond market the creeps today.

--- The dollar’s rally is gaining momentum. It’s the euro that’s the weak link now. Time to start planning that European vacation?

--- The ultimate home equity credit line: Fannie and Freddie may need more than the $400 billion in U.S. help already committed.

--- Year-end list of the day: The 75 best business blogs of 2009. You be the judge.

-- Tom Petruno