Yellen`s Talking Points During Janet Yellen`s Senate Banking Committee testimony to paraphrase she said that she doesn`t see a bubble in stock prices based upon some of the metrics they utilize at the Fed, and she mentioned that theShow More Summary
At Senate Hearing, Cuomo Criticizes Federal Regulators, Starts Investigation of Student Loan "Redlining" The U.S. Senate Banking Committee held a hearing on private student loans on Wednesday that focused on what role the federal government can play in overseeing and regulating the private student loan industry. Show More Summary
With Janet Yellen receiving a thumbs-up from the Senate Banking Committee, the S&P 500 raced above the 1,800 mark. Find out why Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Splunk, and Galena Biopharma raced even higher.
A Senate committee has backed Janet Yellen’s nomination as the next Federal Reserve boss. ||| Washington - Federal Reserve Vice-Chair Janet Yellen moved closer on Thursday to becoming the first woman to lead the US central bank after...Show More Summary
The blue chips got a boost from a strong jobless claims report, and Janet Yellen's clearance by the Senate Banking Committee. Retailers, however, continued to warn about Christmas.
From the Financial Times: Fed chair nominee Janet Yellen wins Senate committee backing US Federal Reserve chair nominee Janet Yellen received approval by the Senate banking committee on Thursday, clearing the way for a full Senate vote possibly before the end of the year. Show More Summary
Janet Yellen's Senate banking committee nod, plus the afterglow of the JPMorgan Chase settlement, is lifting shares of the big financials above the Dow today. Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Citigroup are all up in late trading.
Nov 21 (Reuters) – If you want to know what Janet Yellen will do as Fed chair, ignore her congressional testimony and watch Ben Bernanke’s lips. Yellen, approved Thursday by the Senate Banking Committee, will get the job, but the real action is in speeches by Bernanke, who is less inhibited as he is on [...]
Today, the Senate Banking Committee voted to confirm Janet Yellen as the next Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. Republican Senators Coburn, Corker, and Vitter joined with Democrats in a 14-8 vote. Thanks toShow More Summary
You thought it was all said and done? Nope! Finally, Janet Yellen has been approved by the Senate Banking Committee as Fed Chairwoman. Next up: the rest of the Senate. Read more...
The Senate Banking Committee voted 14-8 to approve President Barack Obama’s nomination of Janet Yellen to head up the Federal Reserve on Thursday, moving her confirmation to a full vote in the Senate. Exactly the final confirmation vote will take place remains unclear, but Yellen is widely expected to be confirmed. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen moved closer on Thursday to becoming the first woman to lead the U.S. central bank after a Senate committee approved her nomination and sent it to the full Senate for a final vote.
WASHINGTON -- The nomination of Janet L. Yellen to be the next leader of the Federal Reserve cleared the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday.
Well that was anticlimactic. The Senate Banking Committee has approved Janet Yellen's nomination to become Fed chair by a 14-8 vote in a crisp, workmanlike session that took only a few minutes. Her nomination will now go before the full … Continue reading ?
Gerald P. O'Driscoll Jr. The Senate Banking Committee just voted 14 to 8 to confirm Janet Yellen’s nomination to be the new Chair of the Federal Reserve. She will likely go on to be confirmed by the full Senate. Much of the coverage has focused on Yellen as a person, when the real story is on the Fed as an institution. Show More Summary
The US Senate Banking Committee voted 14-8 Thursday to send Janet Yellen’s nomination to chair the Federal Reserve to the full Senate for confirmation. Yellen, who is now the Fed’s vice chairman, is expected to win confirmation to succeed Ben Bernanke after his second four-year term expires in January. She would become the first woman [...]
Jacquelyn Martin/AP By Alister Bull and Margaret Chadbourn WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate Banking Committee has approved Janet Yellen's nomination to become the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve, sending it to the full Senate for a final vote. If she is confirmed, as is widely expected, the current No. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate Banking Committee on Thursday approved Janet Yellen's nomination to become the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve, sending it to the full Senate for a final vote.
If confirmed by the full Senate in December, Janet Yellen would become the first woman to lead the central bank. She's currently the Fed's vice chairman. Analysts do not expect major policy shifts after the departure of current Chairman Ben Bernanke.
That didn't take long... SENATE BANKING PANEL VOTES 14-8 TO APPROVE YELLEN AS FED CHIEF REPUBLICANS CORKER, COBURN, KIRK VOTE IN FAVOR OF YELLEN MANCHIN ONLY PANEL DEMOCRAT TO OPPOSE YELLEN FED NOMINATION YELLEN NOMINATION AS FED CHAIRMAN...Show More Summary