WASHINGTON - Wall Street analysts anticipating a move by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates may have to wait a while longer.

The economy's surge in the final three months of the year has some analysts concluding that when members of the Federal Open Market Committee met Dec. 21, they abandoned their neutral stance on short-term interest rates for a policy directive leaning toward higher rates.

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