One of the Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer talked about the interest rates. He clearly state something first: meanwhile it is still likely to raise interest rates this year, it is only "an expectation, not a commitment". This come meanwhile the uncertainty of the interest rate rise blows each month's start markets because of that likeliness. Precious metals are often whining at that time, meanwhile markets just questions themselves in a loop they can't even answer. IMF asked Fed to be clearer about that Hike, but he answers by rejecting to overcommit the problem because of IMF. He said there's considerable uncertainties about the U.S. economic outlook, the Fed will try to be as clear as possible on the policy but can warrant as much as facts allow them to warrant. The job growth is disappointing according to him, meanwhile it is still growing. Last reason invoked as well is the international events like the China slowdown that affects the U.S. economy as well and could be the threat. What do you think? It feels still likely, no?