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Biden seeks to keep Powell in place, elevate Brainard at Federal Reserve
Brainard will be nominated for vice chair. The two officials typically agree on monetary policy but sometimes diverge on regulation.
Will the Fed use regional openings to diversify its leadership?
A group of directors at each regional bank is in charge of forming a search committee to hire a new president.
Fed says not to worry about debt right now. But we have to, eventually.
Politicians never want to tell voters about the need to balance the budget through tax hikes or spending cuts.
Can Trump fire Fed Chair Jerome Powell?
The president isn’t happy with the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes.
Fed Chair Jay Powell: We’re “independent of political considerations”
In a 30 minute conversation, Chairman Powell discusses tariffs, political pressure on the Fed and wage stagnation.
Quiz: Who said it? Powell versus Yellen
The two Fed chairs have very similar mindsets when it comes to monetary policy. Can you even tell the difference?
Goodbye, Janet Yellen
The Federal Reserve's first female chair brought an era of steadiness to the central bank.
Federal Reserve raises interest rates ahead of the tax reform deal
It's a third time this year that the Fed has increased interest rates.
What will the GOP tax bill do for the economy?
And what will Jerome Powell do for the Fed?
Advice from the chairs: How to succeed at the Fed
Words of wisdom from former chairs of the Federal Reserve.