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Expectations For A Fed Policy Tightening Fade

Expectations For A Fed Policy Tightening Fade

4 Years ago | October 18, 2015 00:00:00

John M. Bland

 

End Of Year Factors Starting To Surface
At one point it was dead certain that the Fed would raise rates in September for the first time since the start of the "Great Recession", but they did not and it increasingly is looking as though that train has left the station. Recent economic data have been pointing more and more in the direction of a global economic slowdown and the markets now are no longer expecting a rate hike this year, and even the market odds for a March 2016 rate hike have now ea

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