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Bernanke's Tenure Coming to a Close?

President Barack Obama may have dropped a hint this week about the future of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, whose term is set to expire early next year.In an interview Monday night with Charlie Rose on PBS, Obama said Bernanke has been at the helm of the world's most powerful central bank "longer than he wanted or he was supposed to," suggesting the 59-year-old will step down.The comments from Obama, who has the power to nominate the next Fed chief, mirror the thinking in Washington that Bernanke is ready to pass the torch to someone else after his historic term navigating the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.          "Ben Bernanke's done an outstanding job," Obama added in the interview on PBS, comparing him to longtime FBI Director Robert Mueller, who stayed on two years longer than he had planned to.Obama punted when asked directly if he would reappoint Bernanke should he want to keep the position."He has been an outstanding partner, along with the White Ho...

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