The Federal Reserve hinted at potential interest rate cuts in the coming months after keeping rates steady. They've focused on raising borrowing costs for two years but now feel more comfortable easing up as progress continues. Inflation saw a slight rise in December, but the Fed plans to trim borrowing costs when confident that inflation is moving toward their 2% target. Despite signaling three rate cuts this year, the timing remains unspecified. The economy, with eased inflation and robust growth, is in a better position than when the red began raising rates.
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