Members of the National Association for Business Economics expect the Federal Reserve to leave the federal funds rate near zero throughout the remainder of the year and expect it to still be below 2% at the end of next year, according to May survey results released by the group Monday.

Economists were divided over how the Fed will tighten monetary policy, with some expecting it to rely more on rate hikes and others more on balance sheet reduction.

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