ACM - Analysts said the Dollar would likely stay confined to current trading ranges, awaiting a push from either the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement accompanying its interest rate verdict or first-quarter growth numbers, both due on Wednesday. The policy-setting FOMC is widely expected to cut the benchmark overnight lending rate by only 25bp to 2% at the end of a two-day meeting, and signal that its interest rate-cutting campaign is over for now. Growing speculation that the Fed might stop cutting interest rates and a rise in U.S. stocks on takeover deals earlier lifted the Dollar and global sentiment improved last week amid stronger-than-expected US corporate earnings and a growing view that the worst of the credit crisis has passed.