Not the Deepest Rate Cut
After weeks of surprisingly aggressive moves to arrest the credit crunch, the Federal Reserve on Mar. 18 surprised the markets in the opposite direction—cutting interest rates a bit less than anticipated. It cut the federal funds rate by three-quarters of a percentage point, to 2.25%, rather than the 1% cut that most traders had been expecting.
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