Janet Yellen, who has led the Fed almost five years now, told Congress on July 15 that the Fed was likely to raise rates later this year, assuming its forecasts for stronger growth and lower unemployment were realized.
Janet Yellen, who has led the Fed almost five years now, told Congress on July 15 that the Fed was likely to raise rates later this year, assuming its forecasts for stronger growth and lower unemployment were realized. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg
Janet Yellen, who has led the Fed almost five years now, told Congress on July 15 that the Fed was likely to raise rates later this year, assuming its forecasts for stronger growth and lower unemployment were realized. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg

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