Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer doesn’t rule out taking top job at U.S. Fed
Fischer is due to step down after eight years at the helm of Israel’s central bank, citing personal reasons for his decision to end his second term as governor two years early.
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer declined on Thursday to declare himself a candidate to succeed his former pupil, Ben Bernanke, as U.S. Federal Reserve chairman.
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