Members of the Federal Open Market Committee decided to leave the federal funds rate unchanged as uncertainty about economic activity and price pressures made “the timing and magnitude of future policy actions … quite unclear,” according to minutes of the June 24-25 meeting.

The members generally agreed “risks to growth had diminished somewhat” while “upside risks to inflation had increased” but “the risks to growth remained tilted to the downside.”

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