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New York Fed makes rounds, takes names in search for next chief

The wishlist for outgoing president William Dudley's successor is getting long. There are suggestions that he or she should be a president with market expertise, crisis-management chops, strong leadership abilities, an eye on inequality and an ear for regional trends. 

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IT MAY BE the trickiest job to fill in central banking. And as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York search committee casts a wide net to find a replacement for its outgoing president, William Dudley, the wish list is getting long.

Interviews with 10 members of the Fed's...