Yellen indirectly admit achievment of previous administration. Also took as a benchmark. IMO
US Tsy Sec Yellen: Success Would Be Return To Pre-Pandemic Employment— LiveSquawk (@LiveSquawk) February 22, 2021
Yellen says stimulus needs to ensure people's lives, livelihoods are not permanently scarred by pandemic-NY Times DealBook event— PiQ (@PriapusIQ) February 22, 2021
Says success for stimulus would mean getting back to pre-pandemic levels of unemployment, restoring service sector jobs
*YELLEN: SENDING $1,400 WIDELY IS BETTER THAN NARROW TARGETING - BBG— Christophe Barraud🛢 (@C_Barraud) February 22, 2021
US Tsy Sec Yellen: Makes Sense For Federal Reserve To Study Digital Dollar Currency— LiveSquawk (@LiveSquawk) February 22, 2021
video Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is speaking at the DealBook DC Policy Project, moderated by The Timesís Andrew Ross Sorkin, about the prospects for a post-pandemic ...
In February, the economic situation has improved in business-related services. The recovery is attributable to a more positive assessment of the outlook for general market demand ...
Higher interest rates, driven by inflation expectations, is forcing an adjustment to equity markets. The S&P 500 is poised to gap lower today following slides in the Asia Pacific ...
tweet at 9:12am: Fed’s Kaplan: Risks To His Own 5% Forecast For US GDP Are To The Upside tweet at 9:15am: Fed's Kaplan: - Sees US GDP growth of 5% in 2021 - Risks to this outlook are towards the upside - Expecting some firming in inflation - US oil production will likely be steady in 2021 #Fed $USD $USO
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and European Central Bank President ...
I would like to thank you warmly for inviting me to speak to you today. It is a privilege to have an opportunity to talk to the citizensí representatives at the heart of European democracy. Events like this one allow us to consider national debates in discussions about our common challenges as Europeans. For all of us, the past year of the pandemic has been an extraordinary challenge. And, at all levels, the public policy response has been truly impressive. National responses have spearheaded the policy effort, with fiscal measures amounting to, on average, 4.5% of euro area GDP. Yet the response to this crisis stands out from previous one tweet at 9:34am: *LAGARDE: ECB CLOSELY MONITORING LONGER-TERM NOMINAL BOND YIELDS tweet at 9:36am: ECB President Lagarde: - ECB is closely monitoring longer-term nominal bond yields - Still highly uncertain how pandemic will unfold - ECB will continue to support all sectors of the economy by preserving favorable financing conditions #ECB $EUR tweet at 9:41am: MORE ECB'S LAGARDE: PEPP ENVELOPE OF €1.85 TN GIVES "CONSIDERABLE FIREPOWER." LAGARDE MAKES NO MENTION THAT PEPP ENVELOPE MAY NOT BE EXHAUSTED. #ecb #eurozoneeconomy #christinelagarde tweet at 9:46am: Euro bond yields fall after ECB's Lagarde says ECB is closely monitoring evolution of long-term nominal bond yields Could the ECB Pres Lagarde be warning about the possibility of ECB Yield Curve Control https://t.co/aA4P5sAgBF