Possible Fed successor wary of bond buying but not dismissive

Lawrence Summers, a leading candidate to succeed Ben Bernanke as chief of the U.S. Federal Reserve, has expressed both skepticism and wary support for the central bank's quantitative easing. An analysis of recent remarks also reveals that both Summers and Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen have offered the general opinion that government needs to do more to support the weakly recovering U.S. economy.

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