Craig Torres

Federal Reserve Correspondent, Bloomberg News

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The US stock markets rallied this morning as Citibank announced that it's making big money this year and Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke called for a  sweeping overhaul  of…

Bernanke Urges Overhaul of Financial Regulations; Stocks Rally

The US stock markets rallied this morning as Citibank announced that it's making big money this year and Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke called for a sweeping overhaul of…

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