Fed cites "paused" growth, says stimulus will go on

01/31/2013 | CNBC · Barron's (free content) · USA Today · Wall Street Journal, The

The Federal Reserve says it will continue its efforts to support the economic recovery, citing concern that U.S. economic growth "paused in recent months." The central bank decided to continue buying about $85 billion worth of bonds a month and to keep interest rates close to zero until joblessness has declined to no more than 6.5%.

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