DALLAS— The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas announced Thursday that he plans to retire March 19, and the Fed says a search firm has been hired to find his replacement. Richard Fisher, 65, has led the Dallas Fed since 2005. He was required to step down by April 30 under the central bank's retirement rules but had not set a date until Thursday.» Read More
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