There is a 94.4% chance that the Fed will keep rates in the 0% to 0.25% range in January.

2022-1-21 06:18
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According to CME's "Fed Watch", there is a 94.4% chance that the Fed will keep interest rates in the 0% to 0.25% range in January and 5.6% that it will raise rates of 25 principles. . In March, there was a 3.0% increase in inflation in the range of 0% to 0.25%, a 91.6% increase in inflation of 25 principles and an increase of 5, 4% inflation of 50 principles. If you hold interest rates in the 0-0.25% range in May, you have 1.6% upside, 50.4% upside at 25bp, 45.5% upside at 50 bps and up 2.5% to 50 bps. 75bp ua. (Hot corner)

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