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    Fed's decision on interest rates

    Tomorrow at 18:00 GMT the Fed will announce the rate decision. This time the regulator is likely to disclose a plan of the monetary policy tightening and will hint at the balance reduction program launch terms. Most experts expect the Fed to keep the interest rate at 1.25% and will focus attention on the press-conference, organized by Fed Head Janet Yellen. It will certainly affect financial markets!  

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    US Fed rate decision

    Fed Head’s press-conference




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      I think Fed will be cautious about assessing economic prospects, and won't change its dovish monetary policy

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