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U.S. Documents | 20 March 2018 FOMC to Stick to Three Hikes this Year, but an Extra Dot for 2019?
We would be astonished if the FOMC meeting starting today does not end with a 25bp rate hike.

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20 March 2018 FOMC to Stick to Three Hikes this Year, but an Extra Dot for 2019?

By Ian Shepherdson

We would be astonished if the FOMC meeting starting today does not end with a 25bp rate hike.

Posted: 19th Mar 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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