Federal Open Market Committee participants viewed the outlook for economic growth and employment as having worsened significantly since June, according to the minutes from the Oct. 28-29 session released yesterday.

Participants expected that the real gross domestic product growth would remain very weak next year and the subsequent pace of recovery would be quite slow. They also anticipated that the unemployment rate would increase substantially further.

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