With a endless information hitting Wall Street about Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting, what should you look for first? A Goldman Sachs economist told CNBC what he's looking for in tomorrow's statement.
"I think the single most important thing to look at is probably the dot plot, and, in particular, what they're showing for the interest rate at the end of 2016," Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs' chief economist, told CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Unlike the rest of the statement, which is lengthy and updated piecemeal, the dot plot boils down the Fed's expectations, Hatzius said. The essence of the Federal Reserve statements will be that rates will rise at a gradual pace, whether or not those words are used in the statement, Hatzius said.