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Fed to hold interest rates

SmartBrief Thursday, 21 March 2019
The Federal Reserve says it will leave interest rates unchanged until it sees whether the economy stabilizes.  -More- 
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According to Reuters, the Federal Reserve chose to leave interest rates steady. But the Fed also signaled a shift in perspective on raising borrowing costs. After a two-day meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee changed their forecast on further rate hikes. Expecting a slowdown in the economy,...

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