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Ben Bernanke, a Republican, is the current Federal Reserve chairman, the central bank of the United States.
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US futures subdued as investors take stock
World stocks rise on signs of steady US recovery
Bernanke says Fed increasing financial monitoring
Buffett: Stocks still reasonable but bonds awful
US employers add 165K jobs; rate falls to 7.5 pct.
No policy changes are expected as Fed ends meeting
Fed likely to back low-rate policies despite gains
G-20 officials decry lack of global growth
G-20 countries pledge stronger efforts
IMF chief says global pro-growth policies needed
US consumer prices drop 0.2 pct on cheaper gas
Headlines revive memories of 80s economics
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