Bernanke to give student lectures


The Federal Reserve Board, on January 26, announced that chairman Ben Bernanke is to give a series of lectures aimed at university students.

The first of the four classes will take place on March 20. All the sessions will focus on 'The Federal Reserve and its Role in Today's Economy', and will make up part of a course offered to undergraduates at the George Washington University School of Business.

A variety of speakers will join Bernanke during the lectures to discuss central banking. The

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