As we near the end of the first quarter of 2015, investment momentum
shifts to global developed markets, while the U.S. market contends with
a slowdown in earnings growth resulting from a stronger dollar.
A decade or so ago, the Federal Reserve vowed to change the way it
communicates with the markets and the public. No longer would investors
have to fight through the fuzzy, formless dialect known as “Fedspeak.”
Instead, the Fed would use clear, direct language to share its important
thoughts with the outside world.