(Bloomberg) -- Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said it is appropriate for U.S. central bankers to "proceed cautiously" in raising interest rates because the global economy presents heightened risks.

The speech to the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday made a strong case for running the economy hot to push away from the zero boundary for the Federal Open Market Committee’s target rate.

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