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Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen: Far from retired, nowhere near done
Yellen talks to us about the economy, Fed policy and President Trump.
A Fed rate hike this week is likely — but what lies ahead for 2017?
When it comes to interest rate hikes, it’s never a done deal until it’s actually done. However, it’s a near certainty that the Fed will raise rates when it meets today and tomorrow. What the interest rate outlook will be for 2017, under a Trump presidency, is far less clear.
Weekly Wrap: Yellen, Trump and the economy
Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal talks to Linette Lopez of Business Insider and Felix Salmon of Fusion for the Weekly Wrap.
Amid markets turmoil, Yellen speaks to Congress
The head of the Federal Reserve speaks in public for the first time since interest rates were raised.
Janet Yellen isn't ready to raise interest rates
In which we deliver the latest on the Fed's movement regarding interest rates.
What rising interest rates mean for the rest of us
Rising interest rates: If you think they won't affect you, think again.
Yellen's big speech number two
Kai talks with Felix Salmon from Reuters and Catherine Rampell of the Washinton Post about the week's biggest economic news.
A Fed explainer: What's Reverse Repo?
The Fed is testing out new tools to fight inflation that may be coming down the road.
Explainer: Fiscal hawks vs. fiscal doves
Why are those who want to fight inflation called 'fiscal hawks'?