Economists: Jobs data lack wage threat
- Fed Chairman Greenspan says contraction is over. Hoxter, Curtis J. // Caribbean Business;3/21/2002, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p10
Focuses on the significance of the assessment made by U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan on the country's economy. Progress of the economic expansion; Greenspan's cautious opinion on the future; Factors influencing the continued growth of the economy.
- Fed slightly more optimistic. Hoxter, Curtis J. // Caribbean Business;3/18/2004, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p10
Analyzes the U.S. economy as of the first months of 2004. Start of the revival of the economy; Central Bank's optimism about employment; Improvement in the labor market; Optimism of the Federal Reserve; Rise in wages; Number of jobs lost since George Bush became president; Bush's comments about...
- The case for aggressive easing. Miller, Gregory // ABA Banking Journal;Apr2001, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p68
Assesses the views of United States (U.S.) Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on a `V-shaped' economic recovery for the United States. Why the economic slowdown in the U.S. will continue; Flaws of the argument for a `V-shaped' economic recovery.
- Greenspan fears inflation. Hoxter, Curtis J. // Caribbean Business;8/6/98, Vol. 26 Issue 31, p10
Reports in 1998, the United States Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan announced to Congress that the economic crisis in Asia has hindered the progress of the US economy, providing the potential for accelerating inflation. Effects of the Asian economic crisis on the US economy; Performance...
- Monetary Policy. // Economic Trends (07482922);Sep99, p2
Presents updates on the United States monetary policy. Rate to which the Federal Open Market Committee raised the intended federal funds rate and the discount rate; Adoption of a neutral directive; Impact of Chairman Alan Greenspan's testimony to Congress on July 22, 1999; Difference between...
- Statements to the Congress. Greenspan, Alan // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Nov95, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p1022
Presents a statement given by Alan Greenspan, chairman of the US Federal Reserve System's Board of Governors, before the Senate on September 21, 1995. Views on developments concerning economic conditions in the country; Moderation in economic activity in 1995; Transition to sustainable growth...
- Statements to the Congress. Greenspan, Alan // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Sep96, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p811
Presents a statement by Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, before the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs of the US Senate on July 18, 1996 concerning the performance of the US economy and the conduct of monetary policy.
- As I See It. Dodgson, Gregory E.V. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;3/4/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p25
Outlines U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan's report on the national economy delivered to the U.S. Congress in 2002. Prospects for economic recovery; Key economic indicators.
- Greenspan in Unknown Territory. England, Robert Stowe // Mortgage Banking;Sep99, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p30
Focuses on the concerns expressed by financial markets executives over the economic condition of the United States (US) and the performance of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Comments from both market economists and industry officials; Concerns over how the federal handles its...