The Fed's Foggy "Transparency"

The market still can't easily divine its leanings

When the Federal Reserve trumpeted its new policy of "transparency" last February, the idea was to communicate more quickly and clearly. No longer would the markets have to wait six weeks to find out which way the Fed was leaning on interest rates. Instead, the Fed would immediately reveal significant shifts in its "bias" toward future rate changes.

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