WASHINGTON - Further cuts in short-term interest rates might not do much to boost the money supply or the economy, according to a report by Federal Reserve staff researchers that has been forwarded to policymakers and members of Congress.

The report, a technical review of explanations behind the sluggish growth in the money supply, comes as members of the Federal Open Market Committee meet today to review monetary policy.

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