Experts analyze Fed's decision to leave rates unchanged

The Federal Reserve kept its pledge to keep interest rates near zero and promised to keep rates there until inflation rises consistently. Former Federal Reserve Gov. Sarah Bloom Raskin; Seth Carpenter, chief economist at UBS; and Paul McCulley, former chief economist at PIMCO, join 'Closing Bell' to provide analysis of the Fed decision, and what it means that they likely won't raise interest rates until 2024 at the earliest.
Wed, Sep 16 20204:08 PM EDT