*Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer gives a speech tomorrow at 9 am.
*His last speech late Friday pointed to a December rate hike.
*After the Trump win many reports came out that the Fed would hold off.
*Tomorrow's news could catch investors off guard.
The announcement last year for a hike helped peak markets the very next week.
The FOMC did not change their language much in their last statement following a rate decision November 2nd. It was Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer's speech on Friday, November 4th at 4PM that specifically pointed to a rate hike in December. The call may have been drowned out under all the FBI email and election news. The Fed may do a replay tomorrow. This news has the potential to peak markets as it did last year. That peak lasted for seven months.
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