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US federal interest rate to stay near zero through 2023

By Abiodun Ogundairo
17 September 2020   |   2:05 pm
The US stock market received a boost from the Federal Reserve's announcement, with near-zero rates pushing capital towards shares. What was once a choice, before the coronavirus outbreak, might now be a necessity.

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