Greenspan and the FOMC Cut Rates, and Yields Fall

O'Connor,, Jeanine
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/23/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31103, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the move of United States Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan and the Federal Open Market Committee to reduce the overnight lending rate to strengthen the national economy. Meeting held by the FOMC to discuss monetary policy; Economic indicators for the week of March 22, 2001; Decline in the Bond Buyer's 20-bond index of general obligation yields; Gains of prices in the U.S. Treasury cash market.


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