Baby boomers are hitting their so-called “golden years,” starting a retirement wave across the U.S. workforce that neither individuals nor the government are prepared for.
In her first press conference as chair of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen brought a remarkable new openness to what may be the world’s most powerful leadership position.
“As I'll explain more fully in a moment, this change in our guidance does not indicate any change in the committee's policy intentions as set forth in its recent statements. … Let me explain the economic outlook that underlies these actions.”
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