Markets Indicate President Biden Will Keep Jay Powell at the Fed, Ferguson Says

The market assigning a higher probability to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell getting a second term reflects the politics of the Senate and which candidate President Joe Biden thinks is more likely to get approval from lawmakers, economist and former Fed Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson said. He spoke on “Balance of Power” with David Westin.
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