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Fed Whisperer Hilsenrath Kills November Rate Hike Hopes, Plays Down December Too

Despite the imploring of Fed officials that November is a live meeting... just days ahead of the election - it's not (and never really was). As WSJ's fed whisperer Jon Hilsenrath confirms, today's jobs data ensures no fed rate hike in November (with December still the most likely scenario for Janet and her friends). However, Hilsenrath warns, even December is not a sure thing.
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