Greenspan: Market growth warrants better, not greater, supervision

Koning, Rachel
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30603, p27
Trade Publication
Highlights United States Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan's speech at a derivatives industry conference held March 19, 1999. Increased use of derivatives in the country; Federal Reserve's plan to look at whether derivatives regulation needs to be updated.


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