Deutsche Bank: the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates a clear inflation-linked

US stock market center: Exclusive offer full industry sector stocks, premarket after-hours, ETF, warrants night network real-time quotes, nightlife network Finance YORK, Dec. 18 news, Wednesday (Beijing time Thursday morning) the Fed's latest monetary policy decisions , as the market expected, the statement will "maintain zero interest rates in quite a long time," the wording removed, but said patience will maintain a high rate hike issue。Deutsche Bank (Deutsche Bank) pointed out that Wednesday's Fed statement was dovish overall tone is conducive to financial markets。Indeed, on Wednesday, US stocks rose about 2% after the recent correction。  Wednesday's Fed statement on the assessment of the US economy in line with market expectations: GDP growth has picked up, but more limited, the inflation rate has dropped and the unemployment rate continues to fall。In addition, Fed officials predicted median 2015 to 2017 by mid federal funds rate is slightly lower, but the goal has not changed the long-term interest rates。Although "quite a long time," the wording is replaced, but the new wording does not signal an imminent rate hike issue。  The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) said in a statement: "According to the current assessment, the Commission considered the start normalizing monetary policy stance should remain patient problems。The Committee considers that the guidelines are consistent with the previous statement of。"Deutsche Bank economist pointed out that this means that if the equivalent of 'inflation forecasts remain below 2% of the Commission's long-term goal', the Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates。  This is very critical because the first interest rate increase five months after the beginning of the word "patience" to use the Fed in January 2004, this time the wording of the Fed will raise interest rates and economic indicators point clearly linked, that is, inflation。  Deutsche Bank is the final conclusion: "If next year the inflation did not move closer to the 2% trend, the Fed will not start raising interest rates。"(Shofu compilation)