Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, listens as a West Philadelphia Skills Initiative workforce development program participant speaks during a roundtable discussion in Philadelphia. On Monday, Yellen said positive forces supporting U.S. job growth and higher inflation will still probably outweigh negative developments, calling additional gradual interest-rate increases appropriate without specifying their precise timing.
Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, listens as a West Philadelphia Skills Initiative workforce development program participant speaks during a roundtable discussion in Philadelphia. On Monday, Yellen said positive forces supporting U.S. job growth and higher inflation will still probably outweigh negative developments, calling additional gradual interest-rate increases appropriate without specifying their precise timing. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg
Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, listens as a West Philadelphia Skills Initiative workforce development program participant speaks during a roundtable discussion in Philadelphia. On Monday, Yellen said positive forces supporting U.S. job growth and higher inflation will still probably outweigh negative developments, calling additional gradual interest-rate increases appropriate without specifying their precise timing. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg

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