JANET YELLEN TO DEPART U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE IN FEBRUARY

WASHINGTON DC, USA – US central bank chief Janet Yellen announced Monday, November 20, she will leave the Federal Reserve in February once her successor as chair is sworn in. The decision comes less than 3 weeks after President Donald Trump broke with tradition to replace Yellen rather than name ...

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