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Yellen ends her tenure as Federal Reserve chief by paving way for next interest rate hike

Federal Reserve officials, meeting for the last time with Janet Yellen as their chief, left borrowing costs unchanged while adding emphasis to their plan for more rate hikes, setting the stage for an increase in March under her successor Jerome Powell. “The committee expects that economic conditions...
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