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By Jean Yung, Kevin Kastner, Holly Stokes and Sara Haire
     WASHINGTON (MNI) - The following are the key points from the 
FOMC statement released Wednesday: 
     - FOMC kept the funds rate at 1.00% to 1.25% on unanimous vote and 
gave no direct guidance for the December meeting, with little change to 
the statement from September, but it did seem to downplay the impact of 
the storms. As a result, it appears the FOMC is on track for December 
hike. 
     - The statement noted that the labor market continued to strengthen 
and economic activity grew at a "solid pace" despite the impact of the 
hurricanes.
     - The FOMC acknowledged that in the aftermath of the hurricanes, 
payrolls declined and energy prices rise, However, they noted that at 
the same time, the unemployment rate slipped further and core inflation 
"remained soft." 
     - The Committee repeated that the stance of monetary policy 
remains accommodative.
     - The Committee also repeated the language regarding the balance of 
risks, that inflation should return to near the 2% objective, and that 
the FOMC continues to monitor inflation closely. 
     ** MNI Washington Bureau: 202-371-2121 ** 
 
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