Kohn could fill hole left by Greenspan

Talk at the recent Fed policy conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming has put Donald Kohn in the frame as the next chairman of the Federal Reserve.

The critical issue, they say, in the White House's search for Alan Greenspan's replacement is the role being played behind the scenes by the maestro himself.

"The critical question is how much the White House listens to Greenspan," said Mickey Levy, chief economist at Bank of America in a report by MarketWatch.

"Don Kohn is one of the names Greenspan

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