WASHINGTON – With Sarah Bloom Raskin withdrawing her nomination to become the Federal Reserve’s regulation chief on Tuesday, the White House may be forced to opt for a new moderate candidate or leave the post open for the foreseeable future.
Raskin told U.S. President Joe Biden in a letter that she no longer wanted to be considered for the role, according to a source familiar with the matter.
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