WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve officials meeting today are likely to set aside worries over the wobbly dollar and refrain from raising short-term rates, analysts say.

Members of the Federal Open Market Committee open a two-day meeting to review the economy and set monetary policy amid unusual tensions in the bond market fueled by the dollar's downturn in foreign exchange markets.

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