6:23 pm CG6:23pmHello! MCK6:23pmHowdy AS6:24pmHey everyone, welcome to the dovish rate hike ML 6:23 pm CG6:24pmRabble, show yourselves if you're there CG6:24pmSay hello Boncoeur Hello from England. MCK6:24pmHere is the statement https://www.federa...tary/20170315a.htm 6:24 pm MCK6:24pmAnd here are the latest projections https://www.federa...ojtabl20170315.pdf Brazzo Hello from Brazil AS6:25pmHi Boncoeur AS6:25pmSo Kashkari with the dovish dissent! 6:24 pm CG6:25pmOkay, so a few changes to the statement, besides the obvious raising of rates into the 3/4 to 1 percent corridor CG6:25pmBoncouer, brazzo, hello! Ken J Hello. How many hikes this year then? MCK6:26pmSome of the inflation language comes off as a bit more dovish. Look at the WSJ's track-changes document: http://graphics.ws...statement-tracker/ ArthurDent42 Hello from Austin 6:25 pm AS6:26pmwho's ready to talk dots? AS6:26pm Boncoeur Equities jumped, like they always do, regardless hike or cut. CG6:26pmFed took out the line that "In light of the current shortfall of inflation from 2 percent...".
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