Assessing Yellen's Warning That Markets Pose a Threat to EconomyBy , , and
Inside the wealth effect and what happens when IPOs dry up
Bear markets usually come about nine months before recessions
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told Congress Wednesday that weakening stock prices pose a risk to the economy, indicating to investors a more gradual approach to rates. But how should everyone else feel with stocks down 10 percent in a year?
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