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June 5, 2001 | JONATHAN NICHOLSON, REUTERS
Federal Reserve Gov. Edward Kelley said Monday that he intends to resign the post he has held for 14 years as soon as one of the two currently empty slots on the central bank's board is filled. Combined with another post to open up in January 2002, Kelley's announcement gives the Bush administration a chance to name its picks to four of the Fed board's seven seats--potentially changing the complexion of the world's most powerful central bank.
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December 8, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Federal Reserve Governor Edward Kelley, the only current board member who's served on the Fed longer than Alan Greenspan, said he will leave the central bank after more than 14 years. Although Kelley did not set a formal retirement date, he said he won't participate in Tuesday's meeting of the Fed's Open Market Committee, which sets interest rate policy. Kelley's announcement came after Susan Bies and Mark Olson were sworn in as Fed governors, filling vacancies that had been open since 1999.
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BUSINESS
December 8, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Federal Reserve Governor Edward Kelley, the only current board member who's served on the Fed longer than Alan Greenspan, said he will leave the central bank after more than 14 years. Although Kelley did not set a formal retirement date, he said he won't participate in Tuesday's meeting of the Fed's Open Market Committee, which sets interest rate policy. Kelley's announcement came after Susan Bies and Mark Olson were sworn in as Fed governors, filling vacancies that had been open since 1999.
BUSINESS
June 5, 2001 | JONATHAN NICHOLSON, REUTERS
Federal Reserve Gov. Edward Kelley said Monday that he intends to resign the post he has held for 14 years as soon as one of the two currently empty slots on the central bank's board is filled. Combined with another post to open up in January 2002, Kelley's announcement gives the Bush administration a chance to name its picks to four of the Fed board's seven seats--potentially changing the complexion of the world's most powerful central bank.
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May 22, 1987 | Associated Press
The Senate has confirmed Edward W. Kelley Jr. as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Kelley, 54, a Houston investment counselor, was approved on a unanimous voice vote Wednesday night.
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May 22, 1987 | Associated Press
The Senate has confirmed Edward W. Kelley Jr. as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Kelley, 54, a Houston investment counselor, was approved on a unanimous voice vote Wednesday night.
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