WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday continued to shrink its stimulus program by yet another $10 billion clip.

With a rebound in economic growth in recent months along with further improvements in the labor market , policymakers agreed to stay the course in paring back the pace of the central bank's monthly purchases of mortgage and Treasury bonds to $35 billion following its two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

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