Why the Fed won't flex its muscles on rates

A dovish Federal Reserve is unlikely to act prematurely on rates, and continued modest inflation is likely to delay a rate rise until there is sufficient wage growth.

Another modest inflation number -- and the global equities sell-off -- has pushed back expectations for a US rate rise. The timing of that hike remains murky and a lot will depend on whether strong employment growth begins to flow through to higher wage demands.


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