Fed policymakers meet Tuesday in one of the most closely watched central bank meetings in years. CNBC asked the experts what they expect the Fed to do and what impact it will have on the economy and markets.
Banking's Special Interest
Henry Meyer, chairman and chief executive of Keycorp, says "the Fed is in a difficult situation" -- just like the banking industry. He shares his outlook on the Fed's balancing act with CNBC's Erin Burnett.
Households Feel The Pinch
A Fed rate cut is no panacea -- but still needed "psychologically" by consumers, says Robert DiClemente, chief U.S. economist at Citigroup, and David Kelly, senior economic advisor at Putnam Investments. With CNBC's Dylan Ratigan.
Mortgage Lenders' Dilemma
The housing market is at a crossroads as the Fed meeting looms. Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James, shares his insights with CNBC's Task Force and Realty Check reporter Diana Olick.
Stocks To Watch
CNBC's David Faber discusses which companies may be affected by Fed actions -- and rumors of actions.
Hedging Their Bets
John Snow, chairman of Cerberus Capital Management and former U.S. Treasury secretary, predicts how the Fed's strategy will affect private equity. With CNBC's Carl Quintanilla.