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Thursday, May 7, 2009

NY Fed Chair Friedman Resigns, Effective Immediately

As we reported here Monday, New York Fed Chairman Stephen Friedman will not be stepping down later this year as originally announced. Just in time for the stress test results, Friedman announced that he will be vacating his position at the New York Fed effective immediately.

Remember kids, "Goldman Sucks and you swallow."

Via MarketWatch:

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said late Thursday that Stephen Friedman, chairman of the New York Fed, resigned effective immediately. Denis Hughes, deputy chair of the board, will exercise the powers and duties of the chair. On Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Friedman had come under scrutiny because of his large holdings of Goldman Sachs Group at the time that firm received a quick approval of federal funds.

Of course and not surprisingly, Goldman came out clean in government stress tests released today. My question now is when are we going to kick things up a notch and start a full-blown investigation into the Goldman/NY Fed connection?

Read the full article - click here.


Anonymous said...

Eliot Spitzer has a recent column about the NY Fed:

If anyone, I'd bet Spitzer would be willing to go after Goldman.

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