Last week, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicated the central bank will move cautiously on rates.
Edward Jones Investment Strategist Kate Warne tells CNBC's "Power Lunch" better economic indicators will keep the Fed poised to raise short-term rates slowly and steadily.
"We expect them to raise rates at least once later this year," Warne said.
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Jim Dunigan, chief investment officer of PNC Asset Management, also believes any move from the Fed will be gradual.
"Yellen's commentary was generally optimistic about the U.S. economy despite noting some mixed data points this year, while the global economy seems weaker than at year end. Markets interpreted her comments that policymakers should proceed cautiously in adjusting policy and with gradualism given current dynamics as a sign that another hike as soon as April is essentially off the table," Dunigan.
He points out that Fed fund futures are now pricing in a zero chance of a hike in April and are only pricing in one hike for the year.
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