WASHINGTON — With the economy “expanding moderately” despite a slowdown of global growth, the Federal Open Market Committee’s projections did not change significantly, according to the minutes of the Committee’s Jan. 24-25 meeting.

As of last month, the committee said it “expects economic growth over coming quarters to be modest and consequently anticipates that the unemployment rate will decline only gradually toward levels that the committee judges to be consistent with its dual mandate.”

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