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Analysts say last week's easing by Fed was meant to block economic 'quick fix.'

DEC 24, 1991 2:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve's dramatic move to push interest rates lower late last week was in part a preemptive strike aimed at discouraging the White House and Congress from trying to enact a...

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