Federal Reverse kept the interest rate at its current level, meaning between 0% and 0.25%. However, now is not the only priority, let's focus a bit on the future. And it is where it gets interesting. Federal Reserve provided expectations about if the interest rise should happen in 2016 or later or if it should be in 2015. The result are that 13 Fed policymakers still thinks the interest rise will happen in 2015, meanwhile 4 policymakers will hold it until 2016 and later. In June, the result was 15 for the rise in 2015, and 2 for holding it. Meanwhile, markets feels like confident the interest rise won't happen since awhile. It doesn't feel like they just got a month or two, but they got a full year at low rates. Why markets believe that so hard? Do you think the Fed policymarkers are right here?