The US Federal Reserve on Sunday, March 15 cut its Fed Funds Rate to zero (0%-0.25%) and announced a $700 billion-dollar quantitative easing program to counter the potential effects of the coronavirus on the US economy. This move by the Fed is a very important development as the market continues to grapple with volatility. Such moves may not seem apparently relevant when it comes to our daily lives.
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