Fed adviser Reinhart to leave for AEI

Vincent Reinhart, one of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's top advisers on interest rates, is leaving the central bank, a statement said Wednesday 17 January.

Reinhart helped draft the statements after meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee, which has kept the benchmark rate at 5.25 percent since August last year.

Reinhart plans to join the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based think tank, the organization said Wednesday. He will write about monetary policy and

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