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Will Alan Greenspan retire in 2006?

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posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 10:24 PM
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George W. Bush is U.S. President for 4 more years -- this time, without worrying about being reelected. Republicans also control both houses of Congress. Together, they will likely appoint 4 Supreme Court justices to the bench.

Will they appoint the successor to Alan Greenspan in the Federal Reserve too? His current term ends in 2006; does anyone know if he plans on retiring then?




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