NASDAQ: PAAS ) also fell by 2.3% and 1.5%, respectively. Yellen testifies - silver falls Chair of the FOMC, Janet Yellen , testified in front of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. She did made some comments about the
High Yield bonds (Junk) had quite a huge outflow this past week. I bought-in Thursday and I'm wondering if others also think the sellings was an over reaction to Janet Yellen 's testimony.
Janet Yellen ’s circuitous prattle before the congressional committees this week is a reminder that the Humphrey-Hawkins Act is an obsolete
there was as yet no sign of a bubble in the quantity of credit that was being created. Post Script In early July, Janet Yellen made an admirably clear statement that she is sticking faithfully to the Greenspan-Bernanke policy of extreme moral
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fed Chair Janet Yellen may have surprised the markets this week by noting that valuations in some parts of the U.S. stock market look stretched but mutual fund managers mostly greeted her comments with a shrug.
individual retirement accounts and their jobs suddenly disappear at an age they can least afford it. But don’t worry – Janet Yellen says there is no bubble, and the Fed would never misinform us. Follow AdviceIQ on Twitter at @adviceiq . M. Kevin
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley that low market volatility has made him nervous. Fed Chair Janet Yellen reinforced that view in her latest testimony to Congress, saying investors reaching for yield could increase the risk
(James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own)
its 15th record close this year, lifted by upbeat news from several companies and as a second day of testimony from Janet Yellen reinforced the idea the Fed will keep rates low for an extended period. Tech shares rallied in the wake of better than
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen defended the central bank's independence on Wednesday at a U.S. congressional hearing, handling tough questions from Republican lawmakers who want to rein in the Fed's authority.