Bumpy road seen for next Fed chief

Newly re-elected George W. Bush is likely to pick from five "qualified" successors to fill Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan's shoes, this article says, with the real issue being their ability to match chairman Greenspan's deft touch in the conduct of monetary policy.

Click here to read the article "Bumpy road seen for next Fed chief" on the Globe and Mail website

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