Fed vice chair says the central bank could keep rates low even after achieving inflation or employment targets.
By Craig Torres and Jeanna Smialek|February 12, 2013 at 06:07 AM
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Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Janet Yellen signaled stimulus may outlast the Fed’s bond purchases, saying the central bank has the option to hold interest rates near zero even after reaching near-term targets for inflation or unemployment.
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