Sunday, 2 June 2013

WASHINGTON -- Ben Bernanke gave the graduating class of Princeton University one of the more unusual speeches for a Federal Reserve chairman: He quoted everyone from Lily Tomlin to Forrest Gump and scarcely mentioned economics.

Bernanke's words are normally scrutinized by global investors for hints about the Fed's possible next move on interest rates. But in his remarks Sunday in Princeton, N.J., he scarcely mentioned economics. Instead, he took a poke at his profession.


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