23/02/2018Economía Miami Herald - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Tom Hudson
Like a teeth cleaning appointment, the head of the Federal Reserve must visit Congress every six months. The Central Bank chair has to sit for two days updating the House and Senate on the American economy. Traditionally, the head of the Fed tries his or her best not to make any news or surprise the markets. And like a dentist reminding a patient to floss, the Fed chair usually chides lawmakers for borrowing too much money.