Fed’s Kevin Warsh to Step Down

The WSJ reports that Federal Reserve Board Governor Kevin Warsh, a top lieutenant of Fed chief Ben Bernanke, will step down from the U.S. central bank around March 31. Mr. Warsh, a member of the Fed Board since February 2006 with previous experience in Wall Street, submitted his letter of resignation to President Barack Obama Thursday, the central bank said.

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