WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday took yet another step in unwinding its bond buying program, paring it to $55 billion.

Despite signs that economic growth slowed this winter, policymakers agreed to continue to reduce the pace of its monthly purchases of mortgage and Treasury bonds following a two day Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

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