And then there's the vice chair of central, Stanley Fischer, who told Sara Eisen that he is watching the economy closely.
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STANLEY FISCHER, Federal Reserve vice-chairman: Where most people think it will happen this year, but you don't want to get more definite than that. It depends on how the economy develops. We'll try to do it at the best possible time and we'd like to see the economy beginning to grow again and grow at a decent rate.
This is from a transcript at http://nbr.com/2015/04/16/transcript-nightly-business-report-april-16-2015/.
I don't understand what "you don't want to" means here. Does this mean "do not try (to get more definite. There is nothing more you can find)" or anything else?