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U.S. | 20 March 2019 Losing One Dot is a Good Bet Two Would Box-in the Fed Unnecessarily
We expect the Fed today to shift its dotplot to forecast one rate hike this year, down from two in December and three in September.

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20 March 2019 Losing One Dot is a Good Bet Two Would Box-in the Fed Unnecessarily

By Ian Shepherdson

We expect the Fed today to shift its dotplot to forecast one rate hike this year, down from two in December and three in September.

Posted: 20th Mar 2019 in 'U.S.'

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