It seems Fed will have to answer a lot of dilemmas, given how much the interests rate are waited and their hope of inflation. For the recall, US Fed is for 2% inflation each year. This month, globally, the producer (and not consumer) price index is unchanged, meaning that there was no inflation at all between July & August. For June & July, the producer price index rose (PPI) rose of 0.2% Without food & without energy, often judged to be volatile according to markets, it rose of 0.3% in August. The thing is energy prices fell of 7.7% (you remember the oil price fall?) meanwhile egg prices rose of 23.2%. But any of these events aren't enough. Do you think that it will change the Fed decision? How hard Federal Reserve wants this 2% inflation?