Fed Cuts Rate to 2 Percent
The Federal Reserve's policy-making committee, the Federal Open Market Committee, has decided to cut rates by one-quarter point, or 25 basis points, to 2 percent. The Fed noted that recent information indicates that economic activity remains weak, with household and business spending subdued, labor markets softened, financial markets under considerable stress, credit conditions tight, and the housing contraction deepening.
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