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Central bank head begins another four-year stint amid uncomfortably high inflation
Biden’s decision on reappointing Powell to lead the US central bank follows years of controversy over the role
Chair confronts criticism from progressives and trading scandal at central bank as Biden nears decision
Fed chair has proved himself his own man and responded decisively to the pandemic
Biden to decide whether to reappoint central bank chair as progressives push for change
Central banks’ reactions in the US and elsewhere are becoming harder for investors to read.
It would be a mistake to presume the bank will ride to the rescue if equities tumble
New central bank head tested after he makes pledge to maintain stability
He must work out how to achieve growth that is adequate and financially sustainable
Yellen’s successor more sceptical of bank’s macro model and more aware of market risks
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Inflation outlook strengthens and jobs market heats up as case builds for further tightening
Powell must balance low inflation against signs of overheating markets as he takes reins from Yellen
Bank’s San Francisco chief would ‘welcome’ opportunity to serve under Jay Powell
San Francisco’s Fed chief would ‘welcome’ opportunity to serve as number two under Jay Powell.
Any economic shock or surge in inflation set to test board undergoing sweeping changes
Trump’s pick as Fed chair signals end to era of tightening financial regulation
The US economy misses you already
A change of policy as well as personnel is possible says Deutsche Bank
Change in NY Fed departure follows Fischer exit and Powell nomination at central bank
Central bank chair nominee’s knowledge on structure of markets will probably be tested
He is the first non-economist to head the US central bank in decades
Like Yellen, Powell will treat 2 per cent inflation as a ceiling not a target that can be overshot