The process to select a new president for the powerful New York Federal Reserve Bank appears to have entered its final stages and may have narrowed to a single lead candidate, sources close to the Fed said.
One source said former IMF official Stanley Fischer has emerged as the likely successor to William McDonough when he steps
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