At its highly anticipated June policy meeting, the Federal Reserve left rates unchanged but changed its approach to future rate decisions, choosing to monitor the economy and determine the best actions to sustain the expansion. Learn why members of the Federal Open Market Committee are unusually divided on what those actions are likely to be—and what factors could impact interest rates in the future.
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