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Tuesday, June 10, 2003

2004 FOMC Tentative Meeting Schedule Released Today

Today, The Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee (FOMC) released their tentative meeting schedule for 2004. The FOMC doesn't always stick to the specified dates on this tentative schedule, but they do always meet at least 8 times per year.

Why is this schedule important to you? Because it is at these FOMC meetings that The FOMC votes on whether to raise, lower or make no changes to The Fed Funds Rate, and when the Fed Funds Rate changes, The Wall Street Journal Prime Rate will also change.

Here's the tentative schedule for 2004:

January 27-28, 2004

March 16, 2004

May 4, 2004

June 29-30, 2004

August 10, 2004

September 21, 2004

November 10, 2004

December 14, 2004

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