Strategist: U.S. employment data is difficult to raise the Fed’s interest rate hike [Abstract]Dwyer explained: I do not think the Fed will raise interest rates in September of this year. Economic cycle oil fed policy to promote, in the short term is determined by the interest rate policy, the policy is only a part of the cycle of economic cycle." Tencent financial news, according to CNBC article, on Friday the United States in August employment data is far lower than expected, based on this data, the United States pricing strategists predict that many investors will think the Fed will not raise interest rates this year. In August, the number of new jobs in the United States was 151000, well below the expectations of most economists in Wall Street, while the unemployment rate remained at $4.9%. Strategist Dwyer said, based on this investors will think the Fed will not raise interest rates in 2016. Dwyer said in an interview with CNBC: the employment data is lower than expected, investors believe that when the interest rate is not normal." U.S. interest rates are at a very low level, and now the market is concerned, when the fed to withdraw from the danger of stimulus, the normalization of interest rates. The conventional wisdom is that the Fed will raise interest rates in September this year after months of speculation and speculation, but Dwyer thinks so. "I don’t think the Fed will raise interest rates in September," explains Dwyer Genuity, chief market strategist at Canaccord. Economic cycle oil fed policy to promote, in the short term is determined by the interest rate policy, the policy is only a part of the cycle of economic cycle." In the short term, the United States will callback it? Dwyer is one of the bulls in Wall Street, he said the short-term interest rate hike will lead to U.S. stocks fell, which will be a godsend for investors to buy. Although investors have been worried about the United Kingdom since the fall of the United States led to a fall in U.S. stocks, but the Fed rate hike and will not cause a sharp decline in u.s.. At least the fundamentals of the U.S. economy can still support U.S. stocks rose. Dwyer also explained that: U.S. stocks callback is normal thing, as long as the stock market is healthy, there is no need to fear." 6 weeks ago, Dwyer for the direction of the U.S. stocks also hold a neutral attitude. Dwyer said: if you do not want to sell stocks, you will not be so radical, but if you are already very radical, it is difficult to continue to be aggressive. Now the credit is still in the expansion of the state, the U.S. stock repurchase and mergers and acquisitions are still in progress, so the downside risk of smaller stocks." He expects the S & P 500 index to rise to $2340 next year. If the S & P 500 to rise to this point, but also need to stimulate and promote a number of factors. Fear index (VIX) has risen to 20 in recent weeks. U.S. employment data released in August, the fear index plunged to 11.93, the lowest level in nearly two weeks. Dwyer said: "in 2013, the fear index hit a record low, when the U.S. economy is steadily recovering." Fear index rose, the U.S. stock market volatility in general will rise sharply. He said that if the fed to raise interest rates to 2%, and long-term at the level of 1.5%, then the U.S. economy will avoid the downward cycle. But in the short term, the rise in interest rates will lead to the.