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Rep. Maloney Says Obama is Undecided on Bernanke Replacement

(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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    January 21, 2014 is definitely far from over so Mr. Ben Bernanke should fulfilled his duties first before spilling his beans to the press. The US government look up to him as one of the role models in political arena so he must walk his talk. The mightystudents are still supporting Mr. Ben Bernanke on his future endeavors.