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nder almost seven years if this today that we've been waiting for underwritten fighter writers spend reporter here at the New York fed on the day that in Washington central bankers United States are making the most anticipated and hard to predict politician in recent memory even a small hike in the interest rate of twenty five basis points would have huge implications around the world I for financial markets for currencies and also even influence in it , here on wallstreet , hundreds are all , and reputations on the line , you are looking to raise and , the labor market is looking , very good unemployment is down to , the level that it was , in in , crisis day and you don't want to fall behind the curve when you're ready , and and they would also argue argue simply that crisis era policy is now inappropriate at this stage in the recovery when the economy is looking pretty good those who want to hold off they hang on we are we are in no corner here we're in no rush to raise rates and inflation remains too low anyway given the market turmoil of recent weeks , it's probably better off if we don't we are all going to find out what the fed decides at two PM today