Aug 24 (Reuters) - Ben Bernanke, whose four-year term as the head of the U.S. central bank ends on Jan. 31, will be nominated for a second term, a senior Obama administration official said on Monday. * Bernanke, 55, was named by Republican President George W. Bush to succeed Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve in 2006. President Barack Obama, a Democrat, plans to renominate him on Tuesday, the official said. * Bernanke, who has to be reconfirmed by the Senate, had taken ...
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