Donald Trump said he would be inclined to replace Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen if he is elected U.S. president in the November election despite supporting the central bank's low interest rates, he told Fortune magazine. "I think she’s done a serviceable job," Trump said of Yellen. "I don’t want to comment on reappointment, but I would be more inclined to put other people in." Fed officials were not immediately available for comment. Yellen, the most powerful figure in world finance, took office in February 2014 for a four-year term under President Barack Obama, a Democrat.
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