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Presence of Larry Summers spices up normally dull Fed chair selection

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The nomination process for a Federal Reserve chairman is not usually as interesting or noteworthy as it has been in the past few weeks with Larry Summers in the mix. In part, that’s because the Fed’s influence over the economy and fluctuations in markets has never been greater than it is now. Even more so, though, the story is capturing widespread attention because President Obama has...

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