The Federal Reserve announced its policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee has just cut the core federal funds rate to a 40 year low of 2.0%.
Jeff Salmon of Barclays Capital in New York said that the rate cut comes at a very opportune time for issuers of floating-rate credit card-backed debt as the reset
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