The Fed Sticks to Its Guns
At his first policy meeting as Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke picked up where Alan Greenspan left off. At the close of the Mar. 27-28 gathering of the central bank's rate-setting arm, the Federal Open Market Committee, the new Fed chief orchestrated a 15th consecutive quarter point tightening of the Fed funds target rate, to 4.75%.
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