Search may be on for a Greenspan replacement

US - Reports indicate that the Bush administration has commenced an informal search for Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's successor, reports the Wall Street Journal on Friday.

The search, which sources indicated was started by White House Personnel Director Clay Johnson a few months ago, is seen as a prudent move in the event that the 76-year-old chairman encounters health problems, is not reappointed or decides not to finish his term through June 2004. Although White House officials h

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