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    Obama Taps Yellen to Replace Fed Chief Bernankei
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    October 10, 2013 12:11 AM
    President Barack Obama has named Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Janet Yellen to head the U.S. central bank after Ben Bernanke steps down at the end of January. The US senate still has to confirm Yellen, but analysts believe she’s a safe choice to steer US monetary policy in troubled economic times. Mil Arcega has more.

    Obama Taps Yellen to Replace Fed Chief Bernanke

    Published October 09, 2013

    President Barack Obama has named Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Janet Yellen to head the U.S. central bank after Ben Bernanke steps down at the end of January. The US senate still has to confirm Yellen, but analysts believe she’s a safe choice to steer US monetary policy in troubled economic times. Mil Arcega has more.


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