Narayana Kocherlakota, the president of the Minneapolis Fed, and a leading dove on the U.S. central bank, will step down once his current term ends early in 2016, the regional bank announced Friday. In a brief statement, Kocherlakota did not give a reason for deciding not to seek reappointment. Kocherlakota became president of the Minneapolis Fed in 2009.
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