It’s Janet Yellen Day

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The first of two instances of testimony she will offer on Capitol hill about the state of monetary policy. Things kick off at 8:30 a.m. Market reaction to the testimony is expected to be muted. “Unlike Mario Draghi at the ECB or Haruhiko Kuroda at the BoJ or Mark Carney at the BoE, we suspect the first impression Yellen will strive to convey is continuity rather than decisive innovation,”Credit Suisse’s Neil Soss says. Click here to read the full preview from BI’s Matt Boesler »