Lots of figures come into play as the central bank considers a rate hike.
Surprise! An article in the financial media raises a valid point.
Unemployment claims are creeping higher, which could help delay a rate hike.
Markets have priced in more rate hikes this year.
But, more importantly, what I and other pundits think the Fed should do is irrelevant. And here's why you should sort the wheat from the chaff. 
But here's why bears are still going hungry. 
The problem for the Fed is it's hard to believe anything it says.
There appears to be a kind of parting of the storm that will allow the Fed to move next month.
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Oh, many would consider that a catalyst to the recent selling. As I say often - a million reasons to sell but...
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now nicely in the black-sign of where people are going


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