Like many Americans who own financial assets, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and her colleagues on the central bank have enjoyed happy returns as U.S. markets have responded favorably to easy credit policies. (Photo by Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
The Federal Reserve's bond purchases and low interest rates have been good for financial assets and the U.S. central bankers who own them. Fed Chair Janet Yellen's assets were valued at $5.3 million to $14.1 million last year, compared with a range of $4.8 million to $13.2 million in 2012, according to financial disclosure documents released Thursday. [Full Story]
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