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Monday, June 18, 2018

Odds At 98% (Very Likely) The United States Prime Rate Will Hold At 5.00% After The August 1, 2018 FOMC Monetary Policy Meeting

United States Prime Rate Forecast
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As of right now, odds are at 98.0% the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will vote to leave the target range for the benchmark fed funds rate  at 1.75% - 2.00% at the August 1ST, 2018, monetary policy meeting (very likely.)

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The current Prime Rate, which went into effect on June 14TH, 2018, is 5.00%.

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NB: U.S. Prime Rate = (The Fed Funds Target Rate + 3)

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Stay tuned for the latest odds and economic data, and especially for news on inflation, jobs, economic growth and wages...


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Current Odds

  • Current odds the United States Prime Rate will hold at 5.00% after the August 1ST, 2018 FOMC monetary policy meeting: 98%  (very likely), with 2% odds (very unlikely) the U.S. Prime Rate will rise to 5.25%.

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  • Current odds the United States Prime Rate will rise to 5.25% after the September 26TH, 2018 FOMC monetary policy meeting: 85% (somewhat likely) with 13.3% odds (not likely) the U.S. Prime Rate will hold at 5.00%, and 1.7% odds (very unlikely) the U.S. Prime Rate will rise to 5.50%.

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