Markets have zigzagged their way through the year so far, spooked first by fears the U.S. Federal Reserve would tighten too much, then assuaged by predictions it wouldn’t move rates at all.
Now, Fed forecasts run the gamut, a CNBC survey has found, begging the question: Why isn’t there a consensus?
For one, the market signals have become a moving target.
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