Fed's Fisher reshuffles senior team; RBNZ gets new directors


The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has made four changes to its economics and research functions, ahead of the retirement of long-time research director Harvey Rosenblum and president Richard Fisher's return to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).

Rosenblum has worked inside the Federal Reserve System since 1970, with brief interludes in academia and the private sector, moving from Chicago to the Dallas Fed in 1995 where he has served as executive vice-president and as Fisher's primary mone

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