WASHINGTON — Janet Yellen, vice chair of the Federal Reserve Board and President Obama's pick to run the central bank, will appear before the Senate Banking Committee on Nov. 14.

Yellen, 67, has spent the last several weeks meeting with top Democrats and Republicans on the banking panel ahead of her confirmation hearing planned for next week, according to the committee's schedule released on Thursday. Her nomination must be approved by the committee before it can advance to the Senate floor.

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