But Romney is unlikely to ignore the new rules in choosing a Treasury secretary
, which requires Senate confirmation.
The US treasury secretary
left his security cover and walked across to greet laundry men, chaiwallahs and local shopowners.
Snow, who resigned as Bush's Treasury secretary
in June 2006, now is chairman of Cerberus Capital Management.
The former treasury secretary
under Bill Clinton, Lawrence Summers, was named director of the National Economic Council.
It also may signal that Paulson, a former chief executive of the investment bank Goldman Sachs, wants to be Treasury secretary
for all Americans, not just the wealthy, and that the issue itself has acquired an urgency since a sharp rich-poor divide augurs poorly for achieving the political unity needed to keep the nation on solid economic footing.
This country faces a bevy of economic challenges, and the Treasury secretary
job demands more than a cheerleader.
The IMF forecasts were done in September 2005 well before Chile's Treasury Secretary
took rising copper prices into account for his prediction.
Greenspan got things rolling by proving his anti-inflation mettle and enduring nearly constant jawboning from Bush I Treasury Secretary
Nick Brady to cut interest rates.
The Global 2034 issue at the beginning of the year was very well received, with low interest rates," says Joaquim Levy, Brazil's treasury secretary
, referring to a 30-year bond sold a year ago that carried a spread of 376 basis points over U.
Bureau Chief Spencer Morton Clark and Treasury Secretary
Salmon R Chase play major parts.
When John W Snow, chairman of CSX, takes Paul O'Neill's place as Treasury Secretary
, lie may find a handwritten note from his predecessor taped inside a desk drawer: It probably reads something like this:
The Treasury Secretary
may elect to terminate the federal terrorism insurance by Dec.