Bloomberg TV Report on Resignation of Fed’s Warsh

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Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh, who was one of Chairman Ben S. Bernanke’s closest financial-crisis advisers before becoming the only governor to question the expansion of record monetary stimulus in November, resigned after five years at the central bank. Warsh, 40, a former investment banker who was the youngest-ever Fed governor when then-President George W. Bush appointed him in 2006, will leave “on or around March 31,” he said in a letter today to President Barack Obama that was released by the Fed in Washington. His term would have run through January 2018. Bloomberg's Peter Cook reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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