Clarida leaves Fed early following allegations of inappropriate share trades

By Justin Pugsley
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Following growing publicity around inappropriate shares trades, Richard Clarida resigned early from his role as vice chair of the Federal Reserve System and left on January 14. 

Reports in The Washington Post emerged in October last year claiming that Mr Clarida had shifted cash between a money market and an ...

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