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30 May 2017 Why Don't Markets Take the Fed's Interest Rate Forecasts Seriously?

By Ian Shepherdson

Markets expect the Fed will fail to follow through on its current intention to raise rates twice more this year and three times next year. Part of this skepticism reflects recent experience.

Posted: 29th May 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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