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News broke Monday that Federal Reserve Governor Randal Quarles would step down from his position on the central bank’s Board of Governors at year’s end. There is nothing unusual about this move, Quarles had been the bank’s inaugural vice-chair for bank supervision, but that leadership role for him had not been renewed when it expired last month. This gets interesting, because there is currently an open slot among the supposedly seven-member board, and Federal Reserve Bank Vice-Chair Richard Clarida’s term as governor expires at the end of January, meaning that President Biden will be able to shortly name three new governors, even if he renominates the Republican, but not very politically biased at all Jerome Powell as Fed Chair.

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