Decoding the language of the Fed
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Decoding the language of the Fed

The Washington Post's Frank Ahrens discusses the wording of the new Federal Reserve statement which explains that the Fed will keep its main interest rate at historically low levels in order to keep what it admits is a soft recovery moving along. (Frank Ahrens/The Washignton Post)

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