Why Are Expectations of a Fed Hike Falling?

Federal Reserve officials signaled last week that they expect to raise interest rates twice this year, while investors see only one move. If economic theory is any guide, even the central bank’s more hawkish outlook would still leave the target for the benchmark policy rate way too low. London & Capital Group Investment Director Ashok Shah discusses with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "The Pulse."

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