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By Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. economy is slowing but pointed to healthy hiring as proof that it is not yet in recession.
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. and South Korea should deepen their trade ties to avoid letting other countries use their market positions to unfair advantage.
By Fatima Hussein, Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press
In our news wrap Sunday, an ethnic mass killing in Ethiopia has claimed the lives of more than 200 Amhara people, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen expects an economic slowdown but not necessarily a recession, voters in Colombia head to the…
Yellen offered a dose of optimism even as economists grow increasingly worried about a recession fueled by skyrocketing inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
By Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told the Senate Finance Committee inflation will remain high, the Department of Homeland Security warns of potential new threats from domestic extremists, the World Bank lowered its economic outlook, Russia says…
By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has acknowledged that she and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell "could have used a better word" than transitory when describing the expected run of inflation in the U.S. economy.
By Ken Sweet, Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
The U.S. will close the last avenue for Russia to pay back its billions in debt to international investors on Wednesday, making a Russian default on its debts for the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution all but inevitable.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, responding to the recent sharp decline in cryptocurrencies, says additional federal regulation is needed to respond to the wave of speculative investment in the currency whose secrecy is an essential part of its appeal.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's appearance before a Senate committee took an unexpected and tense detour into the abortion debate Tuesday when senators questioned her about the potential impact of an abortion ban on the American economy.
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