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Former Bank of Israel head Stanley Fischer rumored for Federal Reserve vice chair

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Former Bank of Israel governor Stanley Fischer is President Obama's top choice for vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, according to numerous reports. It was first reported on Israeli television Wednesday afternoon that the White House favored the 70-year-old dual citizen of the U.S. and Israel for the job, and subsequently reported by several American outlets. The current Fed vice chairman,...

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