Lots of Data, Plus Greenspan
- Munis Finish Lower With Treasuries on Retail Sales, Greenspan Remarks. Johnson, Anastasija // Bond Buyer;10/18/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31991, p2
Reports on the performance of the municipal bond market in the United States as of October 18, 2004. Strong retail sales; Impact on the bond market of Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan's remarks on petroleum prices; Employment numbers.
- Green-Eyeshade Greenspan. // National Review;6/27/1994, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p12
The article argues that the monetary policy implemented by U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan would have a negative effect on the political career of U.S. President Bill Clinton. Greenspan, according to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in his book "The Agenda", was...
- Rude advice for the new `Blitzkrieg generals'. Engelen, K. // International Economy;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p54
Reports on United States Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's response to the international monetary proposals of Germany's chief economic and monetary advisor Heiner Flessbeck, Chancellor Gerhard Schroder, and finance minister Oskar Lafontaine. Greenspan's rejection of the practice of...
- Greenspan: Efforts to end credit crunch not working. Cummins, Claudia // American Banker;7/21/1993, Vol. 158 Issue 138, p1
Reveals findings of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on monetary policies as reported to Congress in his semiannual report. Overall lending; Credit crunch; M2 growth standard; Structural changes in the financial sector; Bond and stock mutual funds; Funding of the Resolution Trust Corp.
- Greenspan goofs again. Zuckerman, Mortimer B. // U.S. News & World Report;2/14/94, Vol. 116 Issue 6, p62
Editorial. Argues that Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is at it again. Key role he played in prolonging the recession of the 1990s by obstinately refusing to recognize that the slide had begun and interest rates needed to come down; His declaration that he will hike short-term rates to...
- Greenspan to Deliver Testimony on Feb. 13. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;01/25/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31064, p2
Reports that United States Federal Reserve System Chairman Alan Greenspan will deliver the first of the Fed's two annual reports on monetary policy to Congress on February 13, 2000, in a testimony before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee.
- Greenspan: Economy Can Handle Hikes. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;7/21/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31930, p2
Reports on U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan's testimony on the state of the economy before Congress on July 20, 2004. Effects of the softening of key economic indicators; Coping of financial markets with a transition to a more neutral stance of monetary policy; Prospects for...
- The Last Throw Of The Dice? // Emerging Markets Monitor;6/7/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p1
Discusses the impact of risks from potential interest rate hikes in China, terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia and a strong U.S. employment on the global economy. Effect of the risks on Asian equities; Attempt of U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan to reassure the markets about the...
- SPECIAL REPORT: GLOBAL ADVERTISING. Hicks, Robin // Campaign (UK);5/27/2005, Issue 22, p38
The article focuses on global advertising. According to the author, the chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board Alan Greenspan is responsible for the health of the global advertising market. Greenspan has marshaled the long-term decline of interest rates that led to one of the brightest...