The Federal Reserve said it will stand by monetary stimulus until it sees evidence that the U.S. economy can recover without help. The Federal Open Market Committee's decision means that the central bank will continue to buy Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities at a rate of $85 billion a month. The statement has analysts divided on when the Fed will reduce stimulus.
Fed holds steady on asset purchases, interest rates
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