Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is a frequent whipping boy for Congressional Republicans and a lot of ordinary citizens fed up with a flaccid economy. But he remains very popular on Wall Street, where traders are starting to worry about who might succeed him, U.S. News & World Report says.
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