Soccer star Kewell could transfer to RBA

A recent poll of business leaders and economists, reported by The Age, shows that Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Glenn Stevens is the most preferred candidate to succeed governor Ian Macfarlane.

Mr Macfarlane will leave the central bank in September. In the survey, only one respondent voted against Mr Stevens, and jokingly voted for Liverpool football superstar Harry Kewell, who played at the world cup in Germany, for the post.

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