(MSNBC) — They’re not exactly PowerPoints, but the Federal Reserve Wednesday adopted a new “fuller disclosure” policy that comes with visual aids.

The first chart represents the number of members of the central bank’s rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee who expect to see, in a given calendar year, short-term interest rates begin moving higher from the current range of 0 to 0.25 percent. The most likely year, according to the panel, is 2014. But like most Fed decisions, the committee is not unanimous.

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