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Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. (Photo: AP) Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. (Photo: AP)

Lower for longer. That’s been the Federal Reserve’s approach to interest rates for quite some time, but today the central bank indicated it will be holding the federal funds rate within its current 0–0.25 percent range through 2022.

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