With Tuesday's reduction in the central bank's key Federal Funds rate - now at 2.5% - interest rates are the lowest they have been since the days of the Kennedy administration in 1962.
The Fed's efforts, along with President Bush's multi-billion dollar tax cut, however, have made little impact on the economy.
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