Recap: Bernanke Questioned by Congress, Day Two – Wall Street Journal (blog)

Wall Street Journal (blog)
Recap: Bernanke Questioned by Congress, Day Two
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke appeared before the House Financial Services Committee for the second day of testimony to discuss the economy and monetary policy. We live-blogged the hearing, read the full recap below. The Fed chairman will start …
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