Wall Street sees the Federal Reserve and its interest rate hike as down, but decidedly not out.
Ninety-five percent of the 42 respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey predict no rate hike at the March meeting, which begins Tuesday. A decision comes on Wednesday followed by a news conference from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
But nearly all the economists, fund managers and strategists believe that the U.S. central bank's next move will be to raise interest rates and, on average, believe that next hike will come in June. In fact, 83 percent say the Fed's next hike could come in June or even earlier, with a small minority saying April or May.