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Glenn Stevens at the National Press Club?

It’s good enough for Ben Bernanke:

Mr. Bernanke will speak to reporters at the National Press Club in Washington Feb. 3 , and take questions there…A month ago, Mr. Bernanke appeared on prime-time television on CBS News’ “60 Minutes” for the second time.

As the linked article notes, even Bernanke lags his European and Japanese counter-parts in holding regular press conferences. I make the case for an increased public profile for the RBA Governor here.

posted on 06 January 2011 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets, Monetary Policy

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