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Federal Reserve governor Elizabeth Duke announces retirement, raising prospect of confirmation fight

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Federal Reserve governor Elizabeth Duke announced Thursday that she would step down from her position at the central bank at the end of August, opening up a spot on the seven-member board for President Obama to fill. Duke, a Virginia community banker before joining the Fed, was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2008, and served through the financial crisis and the Fed’s unconventional...

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