The Fed's New Dot Plot After Its September Rate Meeting

The Federal Reserve’s so-called dot plot, which the U.S. central bank uses to signal its outlook for the path of interest rates, shows that policy makers expect one more rate increase this year and three more in 2018, based on median estimates. The Fed on Wednesday kept its benchmark rate in a range between 1 and 1.25 percent, and said it will begin shrinking its $4.5 trillion balance sheet starting in October.

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