While by law the Federal Reserve Board must worry about price stability and unemployment, Chairman Ben Bernanke appears to have charted a third mandate for the central bank: financial stability.

In his speeches, lectures and testimony, Bernanke has steadily elevated the importance of the issue as his agency's responsibilities have swelled under Dodd-Frank.

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