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Near zero: US Fed announces second emergency rate cut

The Federal Reserve made an emergency interest rate cut to zero on Sunday, a dramatic step meant to make borrowing as cheap as possible for American households and businesses as the coronavirus brings the US economy to a near standstill.
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