Fed's Global Concern Signals Barriers to Next Rate IncreaseBy and
FOMC focuses on three risks as it adopts a patient stance
Risk-management policy focus produces broad consensus
Federal Reserve officials last month held a vibrant debate that pitted the steady U.S. expansion against heightened global risks and reached a broad agreement on a go-slow strategy that reduced the odds of a rate increase in the first half of the year.
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