continue zero rates. Well, remember that late last year, we heard statements coming out of prominent Fed officials, Janet Yellen , being among them to the effect that QE is a fixture or is going to be fixture of Fed thinking for many years to come
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Janet Yellen , the Federal Reserve's powerful vice chair, is by far the most likely candidate to replace Ben Bernanke when his second term at the helm of the U.S. central bank ends early next year, according to a Reuters poll of economists.
Janet Yellen isn't too dovish to take the Fed helm, says BofA's Ethan Harris (since when was "too dovish" a disqualification), noting
retire early next year, says CYS Investments ( CYS -1.6% ), presenting at JMP , with no one emerging to supplant Janet Yellen as next Fed chief. Bernanke is an open book, they say, but while Yellen is thought to be quite dovish, she may prove
the last time we checked, Paul Volcker was not the most likely candidate to succeed Bernanke, but super-dovish Janet Yellen was the frontrunner. Taken together, there are plenty of reasons to believe that we haven’t seen anything yet
asset bubbles that would threaten financial stability," says Fed Vice-Chair (and possible successor to Bernanke) Janet Yellen in introductory remarks at a panel discussion on monetary policy. In the event of a dangerous buildup, she would prefer
news from IMF and World Bank meetings in Washington this week: IMF issues World Economic outlook on Tuesday; also Janet Yellen discusses monetary policy at an IMF conference and ECB’s Draghi discusses European bank capital requirements and
WASHINGTON, April 4 (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen said on Thursday it is appropriate for Japan to try to end a long bout of deflation with aggressive monetary policy after the country announced a $1.4 trillion monetary stimulus overnight.
stocks markets in the world's largest economy rose to record highs after the U.S. Federal Reserve vice chairman Janet Yellen said the central bank would stick to its monthly $85 billion bond-buying program. Also, economic data released
whiff of a possible reduction in easing saw stocks sell off recently, while Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and Vice Chairman Janet Yellen dispelling those rumors helped to push the market higher. Fed continues to push the accelerator Source: FactSet