Continued improvement will likely be the global economic story for 2011, though the coming year will likely still be haunted by ghosts of years past, a panel of experts said Tuesday.

The slow but steady economic climb expected for the next year will likely keep the Federal Reserve inactive when it comes to rate hikes, a panel of experts said on Tuesday. Washington will likely produce loose fiscal and monetary policy.

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