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Here's why Janet Yellen might quit if Donald Trump wins (USD, DXY)

Donald Trump is not a fan of Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen. The Republican presidential nominee said Yellen is keeping interest rates artificially low for political reasons — to support President Barack Obama through the end of his term. The Fed has raised its benchmark interest rate just once since the financial crisis, arguing that low inflation warrants patience.
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