Brusuelas Interview on Fed's Hoenig

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March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg economist Joseph Brusuelas discusses the outlook for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's search to replace President Thomas Hoenig, who is retiring Oct. 1. Hoenig, the U.S. central bank’s longest-serving policy maker, is required under internal Fed rules to retire at 65, an age he will reach in September. Brusuelas speaks with Lisa Murphy on Bloomberg Television's "Fast Forward." (Joseph Brusuelas is a Bloomberg economist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)

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