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Fed Chair Powell slashes interest rates in emergency move to counter coronavirus
The Federal Reserve announced on March 15 it would drop interest rates to zero in an emergency intervention to help shore up the U.S. economy amid the rapidly escalating coronavirus pandemic.
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