WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen will not give many clues as to distinctions between her and current Chair Ben Bernanke when she testifies before Congress Thursday morning, but she does pledge to continue the work of the central bank to "promote a more robust recovery."

In testimony prepared for the hearing in front of the Senate Banking Committee, Yellen says, the Federal Reserve is "using its monetary policy tools to promote a more robust recovery."

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