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Jerome Powell Takes Oath as Fed Chief

Jerome Powell was sworn in as chairman of the Federal Reserve System’s board of governors Monday, two months after President Donald Trump nominated him to the position. The Federal Reserve said Monday Vice Chairman Randal Quarles led the oath-taking ceremony for Powell, who succeeds former Chair Janet Yellen and will serve a four-year …

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Jerome Powell Nominated Federal Reserve Chairman

Jerome Powell, a Federal Reserve governor since May 2012 with nearly three decades of business experience, has been nominated by President Donald Trump to chair the central bank, the White House announced Thursday. If confirmed, Powell would serve a four-year term beginning Feb. 3, 2018, and succeed current Federal Reserve Chair …

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Federal Reserve Board Eyes FINRA as Secondary Market Data Collection Agent

The Federal Reserve Board looks to designate the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority as an agent to help the board collect information from banks regarding U.S. Treasury securities in the secondary market. FRB said Friday it seeks public input on its data collection proposal and believes the initiative will complement the mission of the Securities and Exchange Commission. …

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