The Federal Reserve on Wednesday decided to ease borrowing costs for the second time since the financial crisis.
The decision came as policymakers sought to insulate the longest economic expansion on record from increasing risks.
The adjustment was broadly in line with expectations but far from the "big," aggressive stimulus that President Donald Trump has repeatedly demanded.
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