TITLE

Greenspan: Hang onto federal surpluses

AUTHOR(S)
Koning, Rachel
PUB. DATE
January 1999
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;01/29/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30568, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on United States Federal Reserve System Chairman Alan Greenspan's reiteration that he prefers any budget surpluses to be allowed to grow and be used to pay down the national debt. Economic implications of allowing surpluses to build; Warning against relying too much on budget surplus projections that go as much as ten years into the future.
ACCESSION #
1520632

 

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