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Songs about Yellen:
According To The Moonlight (Yellen ( from "George White's Scandals of 1935") (Rec. 26 February 1935) by Alice Faye from the Album Early Musical And Movie Stars (Digitally Remastered)
Big Bad Bill (Yellen/Ager) by Erin Harpe from the Album Blues Roots
Cheatin' on me (Pollack - Yellen) by Orchestre de Jimmie Lunceford from the Album Inédits radiophoniques
My Pet (Yellen-Ager) by Unknown from the Album 1928-1929
The Santa Dance (feat. Peter Yellen) by Elissa Oppenheim Schreiner and Sunnie Miller from the Album Grandma Rocks Christmas
Books about Yellen:
Yellen and The Fed: A WSJ Briefing by The Wall Street Journal, Nell Henderson, David Marino-Nachison and Jon Hilsenrath (Aug 17, 2014)
The Yellen view: one of the Federal Reserve system's most experienced policy strategists offers her insights.... (Nov 15, 2005)
Yellen's challenge.(BUSINESS OUTLOOK): An article from: Mortgage Banking by Robert Stowe England (Jan 28, 2014)
Yellen's long journey: a transition fraught with risks.: An article from: The International Economy by John M. Berry (Apr 26, 2014)
Yellen's coming crisis.: An article from: The International Economy by Tadashi Nakamae (Jan 7, 2014)
Yellen's plea.(FROM THE FOUNDER): An article from: The International Economy by David M. Smick (Jan 28, 2014)
Yellen should go slow: there's no need to rush to "normalize" U.S. monetary policy.: An article from: The International... by John M. Berry (Jul 30, 2014)
Wiki information Yellen:
Janet Louise Yellen is an American economist. She is the Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, previously serving as Vice Chair from 2010 to 2014. Previously, she was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal...
Jack Selig Yellen was an American lyricist and screenwriter. He his best remembered for writing the lyrics to the song Happy Days Are Here Again which was used by Franklin Roosevelt as the theme song for his successful 1932 presidential campaign, and...