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FOMC minutes

The FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) minutes are a detailed record of the Federal Reserve’s policy-setting meeting held approximately 2-3 weeks prior. The minutes include a summary of the economic conditions that influenced the committee’s decision, as well as any discussions, debates, and votes that took place during the meeting. The minutes can provide insight into the Fed’s outlook on the economy, its view on inflation and interest rates, and any potential changes in monetary policy. They are released to the public three weeks after the FOMC meeting.

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