The Federal Reserve banks of Boston and Dallas said their presidents were resigning, following reports of the two leaders’ investment trading that prompted calls for their departures and a central-bank review of its ethics rules.

The two banks gave different reasons for the exits. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, a 64-year-old who is resigning effective Oct. 8., acknowledged in a statement released by the bank that his stock trading distracted from the Federal Reserve’s work.

 

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