Janet Yellen spent nearly six hours taking questions from lawmakers in her first trip to Capitol Hill as chair of the Federal Reserve. Here's a recap of her thoughts on jobs, QE -and what kind of central banker she'll be.
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We welcome -- yeah -- Recovery in the labor market is far from -- I expect to be at the continuity and influence to approach the month. Committee likely reduce the need to net purchases. In for him -- steps future meetings that -- Purchases are not on that six forests with -- and seen. It. I'm tested -- what do you are the ball territory we've seen. Rising inequality. Certainly one of the most disturbing dreams -- I don't agree with him we strongly oppose is interfering. -- -- the independence of monetary policy. Are you a sensible central banker congressman I believe that I embassy in central banker. And he's a very unusual times.
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