Don't expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again until sometime in 2001, top General Motors Corp. executives say. “We think they'll probably pull back and not do anything for awhile now,” says Paul Ballew, GM's market analysis chief and a former Federal Reserve employee. “We do have in our planning cycle some additional action from the Fed next year.” The Federal Reserve is scheduled to meet Aug. 22. The central bank has raised interest rates six times in the last 14 months ...

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