Boston Fed chief to retire, citing health, amid criticism over trades

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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said Monday that he will retire on Sept. 30, nine months before his term ends, citing health reasons. His announcement comes after he came under fire for real estate investments he made during the pandemic.

Rosengren told staff that he qualified for the kidney transplant list last year “upon the worsening of a kidney condition he has had for many years,” the Boston Fed said in a press release.

“Delaying the need for dialysis might be improved if

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