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Central Banker Baftas, Poland And Uk Graded B

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Sir Mervyn gets a B, considered to be "high marks". Grade B is very, very good, probably if you asked his best friend or wife, B's definitely "high marks".

Full list

http://www.gfmag.com/tools/best-banks/11343-worlds-top-central-bankers-2011.html#axzz1WgfIDYpc

But the A grades go to

Australia

Glenn Stevens

A

Israel

Stanley Fischer

A

Lebanon

Riad Salameh

A

Malaysia

Zeti Akhtar Aziz

A

Philippines

Amando Tetangco Jr.

A

Taiwan

Fai-Nan Perng

A

In other words, Europe's central bankers have largely been eclipsed by the above. No further comment necessary, innit

Could do better!

(Poland gets a B http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/54301,High-marks-for-Polish-banker)

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United States Ben Bernanke C C

The Bernanke appears to be just a C student. :lol::lol:

Anyone got the clip of Bernanke showing he doesn't even know US history when he got asked about balanced budgets in the distant past.

Was it in April? If so, might be in this

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Was it in April?

Pretty sure it wasn't a conference, I think it was a senate hearing where he was getting a hard time. His face was a picture when he was made to look a complete idiot because he didn't know his facts.

It's posted on HPC somewhere but can't remember when it was, although I'm certain it was this year.

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