Janet Yellen's Own Words on Fed Policy, Regulation

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Janet Yellen, the designated successor to Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, would become the first female leader in the central bank's 100-year history. She supported the Fed’s unprecedented bond buying programs and was a driving force behind a strategy adopted in 2012 to commit the central bank to goals on inflation and unemployment. This report is a compilation of Yellen's remarks in 2013 on policy and market regulation. (Source: Bloomberg)

Oil Market's Bumpy Ride Ahead of OPEC Talks
37:58 - Bob Iaccino, co-founder of Path Trading Partners, and Bloomberg's Alix Steel examine declines in the oil market and volatility ahead of next month's OPEC meeting. They speak in today’s “Futures in Focus” on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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