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US Fed keeps rates unchanged, says inflation will 'move up'

The Federal Reserve left the benchmark interest rate unchanged Wednesday after its first policy meeting of 2018, but said it expects inflation to move up this year, a possible signal of faster rate increases ahead. While price measures have remained below the central bank's two percent target, the Fed said, "Inflation on a 12-month basis is expected to move up this year.
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