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Page One

Fed Raises Rates After Seven Years Near Zero, Expects ‘Gradual’ Tightening Path A1

The Federal Reserve said it would raise its benchmark interest rate from near zero for the first time since December 2008—to a range between 0.25% to 0.50%—and emphasized it will likely lift it gradually thereafter in a test of the economy’s capacity to stand on its own with less support from super easy monetary policy.

World

Corrections & A2

The winning party in a second-round vote in a French region gets a 25% seat bonus at the regional assembly. A Page One article in some editions Monday about the weekend election results incorrectly said the bonus is given in the national assembly.

Opinion

The GOP’s Security Divide A10

Rubio vs. Cruz revealed gulfs on policy and political character.

Business & Tech.

EU Data-Privacy Law Raises Daunting Prospects for U.S. Companies B1

The sweeping new digital privacy regime that European Union officials agreed to runs counter to practices that have become commonplace in the U.S., according to several American corporations.

Money & Investing

Evan Greenberg Dropped Out, Then Built Insurance Behemoth B7

The ACE chief is working to close the deal for rival Chubb and says he plans to scoop up other insurance business as opportunities arise.


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