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Yellen Responds To Trump

The one question everyone was waiting for at today's Yellen presser, namely the accusation by Donald Trump that the Fed is keeping rates low to prevent a market crash and make Hillary's reelection easier, came moments ago from the WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath who said "Donald Trump has charged that the feds are keeping interest rates intentionally low for the Obama administration.
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