Yellen’s Got Data on Her Side If Congress Quizzes on the Economy

  • Fed Chair’s progress on inflation, jobs mandate continues
  • Weak growth still a worry and likely a target for questions

Traders See a 6% Chance of Fed July Rate Hike

In an election year when dissatisfaction about the economy has been at the heart of presidential campaigns, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will probably face a grilling about the shortcomings of monetary policy when she testifies before Senate and House lawmakers in Washington Tuesday and Wednesday.

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