WASHINGTON — U.S. banks can expect more pain for the foreseeable future now that Federal Reserve Board officials opted to key interest rates at the same level for the next two years.
The Federal Open Market Committee on Tuesday agreed to keep the federal funds rate at a near zero level through mid-2013 saying they now expect a "somewhat slower pace of recovery" over the next several quarters than previously forecast.
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