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By Martin Crutsinger, Alan Fram, Associated Press
In a letter Friday to House and Senate leaders, Yellen said that her actions would buy time until Congress can pass legislation to either raise the debt limit or suspend the limit again for a period of time.
By Raf Cassert, Associated Press
The European Commission's announcement came as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen was meeting in Brussels with eurozone counterparts and high-level EU officials.
By Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen assured Congress that the recent jump in inflation is being monitored very carefully by the Biden administration, but said again that any increase will prove temporary.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
Vice President Kamala Harris has announced that the Biden administration is distributing $1.25 billion to hundreds of community lenders.
In testimony, Yellen was asked about the big jump in consumer prices reported last week. She said that the April price increase was the result of a number of special factors related to the economy opening back up.
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
Citing a "thirty-year race to the bottom" in which countries have slashed corporate tax rates, Yellen said the Biden administration would work with other advanced economies in the so-called G20 to set a minimum.
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
The two officials struck upbeat notes on the future of the economy in their prepared testimony Tuesday before the House Financial Services Committee while cautioning that the economy still needs help.
Janet Yellen, the first woman to head the U.S. Treasury Department, says women seeking to pursue careers in economics face a number of obstacles.
As the debate over an economic relief bill continues in the Senate, the surge in hiring in February suggests that the prospects of a better spring ahead for the U.S. economy. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says America has some "tough months ahead" in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and for that reason it is critical that Congress pass President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion relief package.
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