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Janet Yellen weighs in on inflation, the debt limit and Bono

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Janet Yellen weighs in on inflation, the debt limit and Bono

Janet Yellen weighs in on inflation, the debt limit and Bono

Speaking from COP26 in Glasgow, the U.S. treasury Secretary says inflation expectations remain ‘well anchored’ and gives her take on meeting Bono in Dublin


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