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Recap: Fed Chief Janet Yellen’s Report to Congress (months ago), Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen visits lawmakers Wednesday and Thursday for two days of congressional testimony, offering her views publicly for the first time since the central bank raised interest rates in December. Investors will be watching . Live video and updates of Janet Yellen's appearance in Senate committeeMarketWatch (blog) all 3,784 news articles »
Fed holds rates in close decision — live blog and video of Yellen press conference (months ago), Follow along as the Federal Reserve announces the latest on interest rates and its economic forecasts and as Chairwoman Janet Yellen explains it all to the press.
Yellen questioned over Fed’s independence, rate decisions and Wells Fargo (months ago), Yellen questioned over Fed's independence, rate decisions and Wells Fargo. September 28, 2016, 9:41 AM ET . Yellen is testifying just days after Fed Gov.
Will the Fed’s Janet Yellen ‘take away the punch bowl’ after Trump takes office? (many weeks now), After three years of almost single-handedly juicing up the slow-growing economy, Janet L. Yellen and the Federal Reserve should be looking at easier days ahead.
Bernanke Says Bank of Japan Still has Tools for Further Easing (months ago), TOKYO—Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke rejected the notion that the Bank of Japan is short of ammunition when he met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Tuesday. Mr. Bernanke noted during the face-to-face meeting that Japan's central bank . Japan may be on route for a “soft” form of helicopter moneyReuters .
The Trump effect has rallied the US markets – but what next? (some months now), In addition, many investors have abandoned the safety of government bonds, triggering a spike in interest rates even more pronounced than during the 2013 “taper tantrum” that followed former US Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke'
Who’s Who in the Federal Reserve’s 2011 Transcripts (since Jan, 2017), The transcripts of the Federal Reserve's 2011 policy meetings reveal publicly for the first time who said what in the internal debates over holding interest rates near zero, intervening in currency markets, letting one bond-buying program expire and . Transcripts show Fed divided in 2011 over bond purchasesSacramento Bee .