The pick is in.
President-elect Joe Biden will nominate Janet Yellen, the formerChairwoman, to be the next Treasury secretary, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Yellen has a laundry list of achievements in the public sector, having previously served as the head of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, in addition to her time as the leader of the Fed.
She would be the first woman to serve as Treasury secretary, if confirmed.
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The coronavirus has proved to be a moving target for Wall Street, as it looks to establish plans to get employees back in the office.
Back in September, banks seemed keen to bring back at least some of their staff, rolling out a variety of procedures to get them back in the office.
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