(Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Wednesday told a gathering of House of Representatives Democrats that he had not yet made a decision on who would serve as the next Federal Reserve Board chair, replacing Ben Bernanke.
Representative Carolyn Maloney emerged from the meeting and said Obama told the closed-door gathering that he is considering a number of possible candidates for the job. Bernanke's term ends on January 21, 2014 and the president could make an announcement as early as this fall on a replacement.
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