Ben Bernanke is yet to take the helm of the Federal Reserve from outgoing Chairman Alan Greenspan, but money managers are already scrutinizing the course he might chart for 2006.

"There could be a pause in the market when Bernanke comes in, just to wait and see," said Robert Turner, chief investment officer with Turner Investment Partners, in a report from Reuters.

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