Obama to reappoint Bernanke as Fed chief - official

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OAK BLUFFS, Mass., Aug 24 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will reappoint Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve on Tuesday and praise his handling of the financial crisis, a senior administration official said on Monday. In remarks prepared for delivery at an event in Massachusetts, where Obama is on vacation, the president will also say the U.S. auto industry is "showing signs of life" and the U.S. credit and housing markets have been "saved from collapse," the official said.

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