WASHINGTON -- Members of the Federal Open Market Committee, worried that the economy was growing too rapidly, voted 10-0 to raise short-term interest rates to 4.25% from 3.75% when they met May 17, according to minutes of the meeting released Friday.

The Fed officials agreed that broad measures of inflation remained subdued and that increases in labor costs had been moderate.

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