Janet Yellen’s Fed

Zach Pandl, Portfolio Manager and Strategist | November 12, 2013

  • Chair of the Federal Reserve Board might be the most powerful job in global finance, and if Janet Yellen is confirmed, her views will weigh heavily on policy decisions — and influence financial markets — for at least the next four years.
  • Yellen should be considered a dovish central banker, relative to other Fed officials.
  • The bottom line for investors is that as long as inflation remains low, Yellen will likely advocate a slow exit from the Fed’s easy policy stance.

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