With Rise in Employment, Will U.S. Federal Reserve Raise Interest Rates?

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The U.S. Federal Reserve is loosing up its requirements for when it begins to raise interest rates. Before it had said unemployment had to come down to 6.5%. But with the rate inching closer to that number, Fed chief Janet Yellen and her team are altering course. CCTV’s Daniel Ryntjes reports.

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To discuss developments in the Federal Reserve Board, and the performance of Fed Chair Janet Yellen, anchor Phillip Yin sits down with Axel Merk, President and CIO of Merk Investments.