Around the Street: Tracking the Fed's Moves

Here are some issues that Wall street economists and strategists see the FOMC addressing at its two-day meeting this week

One phrase you probably haven't been hearing in recent weeks: "do-nothing central banker". The U.S. Federal Reserve and its counterparts have been busy slashing rates, propping up financial institutions, and backstopping credit markets—among other things in an attempt to bring the global financial crisis under control. This week, the spotlight will be on the Fed at its two-day policy meeting beginning on Oct. 28.

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