ICAP: “The Window Of Opportunity For A Fed Rate Hike Has Closed”

With September rate hike odds coiling bloe 10%, the market has already spoken about the possibility of a rate hike in 2 days. And since the Fed has never “surprised” the market by hiking when expectations of a rate increase were below 60% as we documented last year, it is unlikely that Yellen will seek to shock the market into an aggressive selloff.
And sure enough, in a note by Wrightson ICAP economist Lou Crandall, he writes that “the window of opportunity for a Fed rate hike has closed before the FOMC has a chance to meet, again.’

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 19, 2016.