With Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan scheduled to retire at the end of January, President Bush has intimated that he may look beyond the short list of candidates considered to be front-runners for the post and expand the search for a successor.
At a new conference held earlier this week, the president said he might look for the new fed chief "outside the White House."
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