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Three years into his term as Federal Reserve chairman, and fresh off the dedication of a highway exit in his name, Ben Bernanke is sitting down for his first television interview. The central bank chief will appear Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes” in a double-length segment about the financial crisis and recession.
In the first on-air TV interview with a Fed chief in two decades, CBS says, Mr. Bernanke will discuss “what he thinks went wrong with America’s financial system, how it caused the economic crisis, what the Federal Reserve is doing to help fix it and when he expects the crippling recession to end.” The program airs Sunday at 7 p.m. Eastern time.