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US Federal Reserve leaves key lending rate unchanged


The US Federal Reserve holds interest rates at a 23-year high. "Today, the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) decided to leave our policy interest rate unchanged and to continue to reduce our securities holdings," announces US Fed Chair Jerome Powell. SOUNDBITE

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