Craig Torres

Federal Reserve Correspondent, Bloomberg News

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Federal reserve correspondent for Bloomberg News

Craig Torres on KCRW

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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