Bush taking time to renominate Greenspan

Alan Greenspan has fewer than six weeks of his term left as Chairman of the Federal Reserve and some analysts are wondering why George W is yet to renominate the 78-year old Maestro.

Bush is expected to very soon tap Greenspan for a fifth, and final, four-year run as Fed chairman, but some reports suggest the delay might be a sign of trouble brewing.

Greenspan's term as Fed chief is set to expire on June 20 and, while he would stay in place as acting chair even if it did run out, Wall Street is

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