Federal Reserve policymakers won't hold their next session on interest rates for another two weeks, but observers are scanning public statements meanwhile for hints about their leanings.

Market expectations have been growing that the central bank will raise rates on June 30 to head off inflationary threats from the fast-growing economy. Investors, especially in bank and financial stocks, have grown wary.

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