Vital Signs for the Week of Sept. 20

On tap: The Federal Open Market Committee meeting, August data on durable goods orders, new housing starts and existing home sales, and more

It's a forgone conclusion that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates when officials meet to discuss monetary policy on Sept. 21. The nearly unanimous forecast from economists surveyed by Action Economics is for a 25 basis-point hike to 1.75%.

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