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This combination of file photos shows Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen(L) and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. When the US Federal Reserve issues its next interest rate decision on November 2, 2016, the dawn of a bitterly fought presidential election day will be only 136 hours away. Trailing in opinion polls, Republican nominee Donald Trump has lambasted the central bank and accused it of artificially suppressing rates to help President Barack Obama -- a charge Fed Chair Janet Yellen has emphatically denied. / AFP / DESK (Photo credit should read DESK/AFP/Getty Images)

This combination of file photos shows Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen(L) and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
When the US Federal Reserve issues its next interest rate decision on November 2, 2016, the dawn of a bitterly fought presidential election day will be only 136 hours away. Trailing in opinion polls, Republican nominee Donald Trump has lambasted the central bank and accused it of artificially suppressing rates to help President Barack Obama -- a charge Fed Chair Janet Yellen has emphatically denied.
 / AFP / DESK        (Photo credit should read DESK/AFP/Getty Images)