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in one of the most nail biting decisions in recent memory but not a reserved keeping interest rates near zero Thursday weaker demand for U. S. products overseas and a stronger dollar were factors in the decision and yelling exclaimed at her press conference , the outlook of droid appears to have become more uncertain of late , and heightened concern that growth in China and other emerging market economies , have let you notable volatility in financial markets , yet the majority of policy makers say they see a strengthening labor market leading to a rate hike by the end of the year but the market doesn't believe them social order straight watcher Jonathan Spicer I think the main message from the thread today if you want to stand back was that we are not in a corner with a lot of pain herself into a corner and we have policy leeway right now policy flexibility annnnd to stay where we are and inflation give them that which means the great debate now shifts to the next meeting in October and likely into next year