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The Fed did nothing substantive yesterday, as universally expected, but it did acknowledge that the economy lost momentum at the end of the year: "The pace of the recovery in economic activity and employment has moderated in recent months, with weakness concentrated in the sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic."
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