The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate to the 1% to 1.25% range and offered details on how it plans to start selling the $4 trillion worth of bonds it bought under its quantitative-easing policy. Chair Janet Yellen said the decision to go ahead with both actions reflects the central bank's confidence in the prospects for the US economy.
Fed nudges rates higher, explains plan to sell bonds
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