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19 September 2021
12:49 hour

The Fed: Biden will give Powell second term as Fed chair, say those who watch Washington for Wall Street

Market Watch

14/09/2021 - 21:21

Washington observers said they are fairly certain that President Joe Biden will give Fed Chairman Jerome Powell a second four-year term at the U.S. central bank.


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