On Monday, March 15, stocks were fluctuating in intraday trading but the Treasury yields hovered near one-year highs.
"The most significant risk we face is a workforce that is scarred by a long period of unemployment. People being out of work, not able to find jobs, can have a permanent effect on their well-being. I think that's the most significant risk," Yellen said Sunday on ABC's "This Week. "Is there a risk of inflation? I think there's a small risk. And I think it's manageable. "
So, what's on Jim Cramer's mind this morning?
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