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Find the latest news and commentary on the Federal Reserve, meeting notes and board members. Learn more about how the Federal Reserve impacts your money.
Officials look at specific measures when deciding raise or lower borrowing costs.
This term has major implications for the U.S. economy, monetary policy and your pocketbook.
Sometimes, the Fed breaks out an “unconventional” tool to keep interest rates low.
The Fed’s actions have a great deal of influence on your money.
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