Bernanke to Appear Sunday on '60 Minutes'
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will sit for a rare and lengthy interview at 7 p.m. Sunday on CBS's "60 Minutes" to talk about the economy, according to the show's site.
Bernanke, interviewed by Scott Pelley, will talk about "what went wrong with America's financial system, how it caused the current economic crisis, what the Fed's doing to help fix it and when he expects the crippling recession to end," CBS says.
Bernanke has said he believes the recession could end by the end of this year.
-- Frank Ahrens
March 13, 2009; 1:30 PM ET
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