WASHINGTON — The Federal Open Market Committee agreed to leave forward guidance on monetary policy alone for another month, but members expressed the possibility of further action if the economic recovery continues to expand at a slower-than-projected pace, according to the minutes of its June 19 meeting, released Wednesday.

"Almost all members again agreed to indicate that the Committee expects to maintain a highly accommodative stance for monetary policy" through late 2014, according to the minutes, but "A few members expressed the view that further policy stimulus likely would be necessary to promote satisfactory growth in employment and to ensure that the inflation rate would be at the Committee's goal."

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