Fed Minutes Show Officials Saw Smaller Rate Hikes Ahead

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Federal Reserve officials agreed last month on the need to eventually dial back the pace of interest-rate hikes but also wanted to gauge how their monetary tightening was working toward curbing US inflation. Mike McKee reports on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

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