The Federal Reserve has taken the market on a wild roller coaster ride this year. At the start of the year, the Fed was expected to raise interest rates four times in 2016.
But economic jitters at home and abroad have forced its hand to stay steady.
The Federal Open Market Committee is set to hold a two-day meeting starting Dec. 13 with the market pricing in a 94.9 percent chance of a hike announcement on Wednesday, according to CME Group's FedWatch Tool. If the central bank raises interest rates, that would represent its only increase this year and the first since December 2015.
With a December Fed rate hike priced in, how many more should investors expect in 2017?