By Mark Felsenthal WASHINGTON, April 25 (Reuters) - Economic growth in much of the United States was modest between the end of February and mid-April, while prices were generally stable, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday. "Most Federal Reserve districts noted only modest or moderate expansion in economic activity since the previous report" on March 7, the Fed said in its Beige Book summary of economic conditions. The Beige Book is based on reports by the 12 regional Federal Reserve ...
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