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Campaign for Federal Reserve chair remains divided

The public campaign for the Federal Reserve Chair has become one of the most divided campaigns in Washington. Politico’s Ben White and former White House advisor Jared Bernstein discuss their predictions-- will it be Larry Summers or Janet Yellen?Full story

Picking the next Fed head

  Former Sen. Judd Gregg, (R-NH), discusses the process of choosing a successor for Ben Bernanke and weighs in on the differences between likely candidates Larry Summers and Janet Yellen.

Jared Bernstein on Summers, Yellen, and regulating the financial markets

  Economist Jared Bernstein points out that both names that have been floated to replace Ben Bernanke at the Fed -Janet Yellen and Larry Summers - are "excellent" choices, then breaks down how he views Larry Summers' views on regulating the financial markets after working closely with him during the f

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  Summers or Yellen for Fed Chair?

Might the next Fed Chair be Larry Summers or Janet Yellen? Benn Steil, author of "The Battle of Bretton Woods," and CNBC Contributor Jim Pethokoukis, discuss their opinions on these potential candidates.

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