By Craig Torres and Aki Ito, Bloomberg |
February 4, 2014
The Federal Open Market Committee last week reduced monthly bond buying by $10 billion for the second straight meeting, cutting purchases to $65 billion following gains in the job market and signs of stronger spending by businesses and households.
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