WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve on Wednesday agreed to softly pare back its asset purchases by $10 billion, taking the first step in unwinding its controversial bond buying program.
After a two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting, officials said they decided to "modestly reduce the pace" of its monthly bond buying program to $35 billion in mortgage bonds and $40 billion in Treasury bonds starting in January.
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