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The Fed Tries to Clarify While Holding the Line

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Wed, 26 Jun 2013

Key Points The Federal Reserve made no changes to monetary policy, despite chatter that it may begin to reduce asset purchases. The economic outlook was upgraded modestly, but the target interest rate remains near zero and asset purchases will continue at $85 billion per month. Chairman Ben Bernank

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