The Federal Reserve is getting a shakeup. President Trump has named Jerome Powell as the next chairman of the nation’s central bank. Pending Senate confirmation, he will replace Janet Yellen, the first woman to head the Federal Reserve, who was appointed by President Obama in 2014.Yellen’s term expires in early 2018.
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Janet Yellen’s term as US Federal Reserve (Fed) chair ends early next year, and President Donald Trump decided not to extend her tenure as head of the US central bank. His pick to lead the Fed is Jerome Powell. Franklin Templeton Fixed Income Group CIO Chris Molumphy offers his take on the implications for investors.
What you need to know about Jerome Powell, Trump’s pick to head the Federal Reserve. or the current Fed chair, Janet Yellen, who would not hesitate to increase interest rates as soon as the Trump administration’s proposed tax cuts blow up the budget deficit.. It is like confirming Yellen.
Federal Reserve Chair nominee Jerome Powell, who goes by "Jay," is no Washington outsider. In fact, he was born and raised in the District and its Maryland suburbs and has served in both the Treasury and the Fed. President Donald Trump on Thursday announced Powell is his pick to lead the central bank, replacing Janet Yellen. How did he get.
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Yellen, who is the first woman to lead the Fed, is also set to become the first Fed chair in recent history to complete a first term and not be nominated for a second.
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Janet Yellen’s term as US Federal Reserve (Fed) chair ends early next year, and President Donald Trump decided not to extend her tenure as head of the US central bank. His pick to lead the Fed is.
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Yet it’s not widely expected that Trump intends to follow on this tradition by keeping current chair Janet Yellen. So far, she is only one of five candidates seen as the likeliest picks for the job.
But unlike Janet Yellen and the two Fed Chairs that preceded her, Powell does not hold a Ph.D nor is he an economist. Instead, he started as a lawyer after graduating with a J.D. from Georgetown.