Posted: Friday, March 27, 2015 10:55 AM ET
By: Julian Close
After the open… As the first quarter draws to a close, traders must glumly acknowledge that 2015 may not offer the automatic gains they have become accustomed to. In fact, the stock market can't seem to break in one direction or another, but is dead flat YTD today, as measured by the S&P 500. The US economy now has more and better jobs to offer, but crashing foreign currencies will inevitably bleed away some of that extra energy.
Like the market, the economic outlook has changed, though it can't really be said to be better... Read More