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4 April 2017 By Richard Beales

The Richmond Fed president quit after saying he had a hand in leaking policy details in 2012. It’s a shock at an institution that hates surprises. The central bank’s slowness to examine itself may fuel demands for closer scrutiny – and sets a poor example for banks it regulates.

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