Fed officials expect to keep rates near zero for years

Officials at the Federal Reserve indicated they might resume the central bank's bond-buying program and that they expect to maintain near-zero interest rates for about three more years. Chairman Ben Bernanke said that although there has been "more encouraging news" about the economy, "I don't think we're ready to declare that we've entered a new, stronger phase" of growth.

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