Fed's Bernanke on financial education

In a speech given on 25 April Ben Bernanke of the Federal Reserve said the increase in financial products means that consumers have to be increasingly more financially sophisticated.

"Although financial matters are probably not at the front of your minds today, the day will come when you will be responsible for managing your own or your family's budget or when you find that you need to save to get the things you want _ a college education, a new car or even your own home," Bernanke told students

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