FOMC Leaves Rates Unchanged

Vekshin, Alison
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/31/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31315, p2
Trade Publication
Presents information on several developments taking place in Washington's economy as of January 31, 2002. Decision of policy makers to keep federal funds rates unchanged; Emphasis of Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and Commerce Secretary Donald Evans on the formulation of a stimulus package to encourage economic growth; Increase in the gross domestic product in the fourth quarter report.


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