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  1. Sallie Mae names Steven McGarry CFO
    BY MarketWatch 04/18/14 09:13 AM EDT

    NEW YORK-- Student lender Sallie Mae on Friday named Steven McGarry as chief financial officer and executive vice president of the future holding company of Sallie Mae Bank. McGarry will take up the new role as soon as the company has completed the planned separation of its consumer banking and loan management, servicing and asset recovery businesses. The news was announced by Raymond Quinlan, who will become chief executive and chairman of the board of Sallie Mae as soon as the...

  2. *Sallie Mae names Steven McGarry CFO
    BY MarketWatch 04/18/14 09:05 AM EDT

    (END) Dow Jones Newswires 04-18-14 0905 ET Copyright (c) 2014 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

  3. Sallie Mae Appoints Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
    BY Business Wire 04/18/14 09:00 AM EDT

    Sallie Mae, formally SLM Corporation (SLM), today announced the appointment of Steven McGarry as executive vice president and chief financial officer of the future holding company of Sallie Mae Bank.

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With a new chair, the Fed looks prepared to continue its push to keep rates low.

Bonds are showing signs of strength after a challenging 2013, but expect volatility.

Shorter duration bonds may provide limited price volatility and varying levels of income.

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