Fed not expected to raise rates at today's meeting

The central bank is expected to paint a mixed picture of the US economy

15th June, 2016
Fed chair Janet Yellen

The Federal Reserve is not expected to raise interest rates at its meeting today and it won’t. Instead, through both its statement and the news conference by

chair Janet Yellen, it will communicate an updated assessment of the US economy and the implications for future policies.

Here are the six main points the central bank will convey:

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