Who Will Be the Next Fed Chairman?

US - Speculation grows as to Alan Greenspans possible successor. A recently compiled list of candidates suggests a Harvard University professor, Martin Feldstein, is a strong contender.

Should Alan Greenspan decide to leave his post, the White House is ready with a list of candidates for the job. Here are the men Forbes lists who may be in line to succeed him.

The "New York Times" reports the White House has begun to put together an informal list of possible replacements for Federal Reserve Board

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