Federal Reserve Set To Meet For First Time Since Shutdown
By: Jim Zarroli
October 29, 2013
Federal Reserve policymakers are kicking off a two-day meeting Tuesday — the first since the government shutdown earlier this month. Fed officials are widely expected to keep interest rates where they are and to continue their big $85-billion-a-month bond-buying program.
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