The discount rate of the dollar was considered ...
The Open Market Committee of the US Federal Reserve System kept the discount rate at the level of 0-0.25%.
This is stated in the press release of the organization. The Committee aims to maintain maximum employment and labor market inflation of 2% in the long term. From February, the Fed will increase the amount of government bonds on its balance sheet by at least $20 billion a month, and mortgage-backed securities by at least $10 billion.
At the same time, the Fed will reduce the monthly withdrawal of assets from the market in February from $60 billion to $30 billion.
Note that on December 3 the FRS also kept the discount rate at the level of 0-0.25%.