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Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen professed her disappointment over not being tapped for a second term by President Donald Trump, as she also predicted the central bank would keep on its path of gradual interest-rate increases.In a break from past practice, Trump opted not to nominate Yellen to a second four-year term.As Fed chair, Yellen began the process of exiting from the extraordinary measures that the Fed put in place during the financial crisis and its aftermath, gingerly lifting interest rates from near zero percent and slowly scaling back the central bank's big holdings of bonds.Yellen returned as president of the San Francisco Fed in 2004, became vice chair in 2010 and chair in 2014 .
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