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During his speech in Parliament , it must strengthen its intention to gradually reduce the economic incentive . Health United States ( U.S. ) economy and effective , though controversial, measures the Fed , the U.S. central
The health of the U.S. economy and the extraordinary and controversial measures the Federal Reserve has taken to support it will top the agenda on Tuesday when Janet Yellen testifies to lawmakers for the first time as head of the Federal Reserve.
Her replies will most likely boil down to a single overarching point: The Fed will keep all its options open depending on how the economy evolves.
Now check out why Wall Street deserved a bronze medal last week...January employment report disappoints In its big monthly announcement, the Labor Department reported that although unemployment dipped from 6.7% to 6.6%, the U.S. added only 113,000
With Ben Bernanke now gone (but not forgotten), Janet Yellen replaces him in the role of being the most important central banker on the planet...Yellen does not begin her role as the first woman to serve as chair of the U.S...In its latest version of
Janet Yellen became the first woman in the history of the United States led the Federal Reserve System. On Monday, February 3rd, Yellen took the oath of office of the American Central Bank, to which she was given a Fed governor Daniel Tarullo.
On Monday, Janet Yellen will be sworn into office as chair of the Federal Reserve. This is an event that most market participants have been anticipating for around a year. But this doesn't mean the transition won't coincide with some volatility in
The U.S. economy is gaining strength, but the ObamaCare train wreck, festering problems in far away China and uncertain leadership at the Federal Reserve could derail the recovery. No small courage will be required for good sense to finally restore
Janet Yellen will soon be replacing Ben Bernanke in the lead role as chairwoman. Yellen is clearly qualified as an economist and has experience as vice chairwoman at the Fed. But no one is ever really ready to deal with the intensity and
The Federal Reserve is considering a rule that would tighten up liquid asset requirements for U.S. financial institutions, a move that could shift banks' buying behavior. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve plans to vote Thursday on a