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Also, God is female. Fair.
Yellen said the Fed was "watching closely the recent volatility" adding: "Our sense is that at this stage these developments
Yellen, the first woman to chair the Fed in its 100-year history, will testify to the Democratic-controlled Senate Banking
By making safe assets such as Treasuries scarce, the Fed's program forced rising demand for a wide range of other assets
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate panel has advanced Janet Yellen's nomination to lead the Federal Reserve, setting up a final vote
In March 2006, she spoke via satellite to Australian economists and noted that "overall the economy has shown considerable
UPDATE: 2:50 p.m. -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters aboard Air Force One on Friday afternoon that formal
Five years ago, the nation’s largest financial institutions faced what amounted to a mass bank run that forced all of them
President Barack Obama announced Wednesday his decision to nominate Janet Yellen as chair of the Federal Reserve.
President Barack Obama announced Wednesday his decision to nominate Janet Yellen as chair of the Federal Reserve. Yellen
Obama turned to Yellen, 67, after his former economic adviser Lawrence Summers withdrew from consideration in the face of
This week should remove any doubt about whether markets are highly dependent on the Fed. They sure are. Indeed, you could not have constructed better conditions for a controlled experiment. Yet, ironically, the medium-term investment stakes are now higher.
But progressive supporters of Yellen tend to focus on her tenure as President of the San Francisco Federal Reserve during
But she might soon be -- or at least should be -- in charge of the Federal Reserve, making her one of the most powerful people
Many outside observers believe Summers' close association with Obama makes him the favorite, and the suggestion that Obama
For her part, Warren is trying to reinstate a modern version of the Glass-Steagall Act - the 1933 law that barred banks from
Sandberg, who served as Summers' chief of staff when he was Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton, noted that he gave a speech