Fed Awaits Economic Green Light to Pass Go

U.S. central bankers skipped an interest-rate hike for the third straight meeting since kicking off the tightening cycle in December. The Federal Open Market Committee's opening statement suggested they remain positive about the underpinnings of U.S. growth and are less worried -- though not completely reassured -- about risks posed by global economic weakness and financial-market turbulence. Commerzbank Global Equities Economist Peter Dixon and Bloomberg's Richard Jones discuss with "On the Move" host Guy Johnson.

Full Show: Surveillance (09/20)
31:29 - Bloomberg Surveillance hosted by Tom Keene, Francine Lacqua, and Nejra Cehic. Guests include former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King, Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive officer at WPP Plc, and Richard Haass, president at Council on Foreign Relations. (Source: Bloomberg)
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