People: New York Fed research head retires, RBNZ appoints new head of currency

James McAndrews ends 19 year long career at New York Fed

United States: The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's director of research, James McAndrews, will retire in June, after 19 years at the institution.

"In addition to playing a prominent role in our financial stability efforts, he worked to make our research more accessible to the public through innovations," said William Dudley, the New York Fed president.

"Jamie has been a valued colleague, offering up his time, talents and insights as a mentor, adviser and collaborator to all who have sought

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