Ferguson and Bernanke back on Board

Roger Ferguson and Ben Bernanke got approval from the US Senate last Friday to new terms at the Fed. Bernanke gets a full 14 year term on the Federal Reserve Board while Ferguson was cleared for four more years as the Fed's Vice Chairman.

From Reuters,

The U.S. Senate Friday approved the nominations of Roger Ferguson and Ben Bernanke to new terms at the Federal Reserve, helping ensure stability as the central bank tries to nurse the economy to full health.

The Senate Action clears Ferguson for a

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