Greenspan: Financial Education Is Key
- Greenspan's cross to bear. Snyder, Eric // Inside Tucson Business;03/26/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p4
Reports on the sudden outpouring anger towards United States Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Reaction of Americans to the downturn of the economy.
- The spend factor. Walsh, Max // Bulletin with Newsweek;8/6/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6336, p45
Comments on the issues related to the economics in the U.S. Increase in consumer spending; Monetary policy issued by chairman Alan Greenspan; Effect of low-interest-rate policies on the residential market.
- Translating Greenspanese. // Christian Science Monitor;7/23/98, Vol. 90 Issue 167, p12
Editorial. Summarizes what Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan thinks about the current state of the United States economy. Illustration of two children on a seesaw; Concerns about the Asian financial crisis; Long growth streak in the US; Warding off inflation; Expectations for the...
- Betting on Greenspan. Sivy, Michael // Money;Dec1998, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p104
Examines United States Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's strategy on interest rate cuts and other key economic issues. The predictability of Greenspan; Slowdown in the rate at which prices are rising; The lack of impact on the U.S. by emerging markets; Why stocks are not wildly overvalued.
- Sell American. Cramer, James J. // New York;11/7/2005, Vol. 38 Issue 39, p24
Reports on the condition of the U.S. stock market in the administration of President George Bush. Impact of the year-plus rate-hike program by Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan; Contribution of the lack of oil in the U.S. to its declining economy; Suggestions to fixed the economic crisis.
- Testimony of Federal Reserve Officials. Greenspan, Alan // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Dec2001, Vol. 87 Issue 12, p767
Presents the testimony of Alan Greeenspan, chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on economic developments in the United States. Increase in consumer spending; Effect of the terrorist attack on financial markets; Adjustments on the level of productivity.
- Listening to Greenspan. Clark, Kim // Fortune;8/17/1998, Vol. 138 Issue 4, p24
States the Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan does not think the United States is in economic danger. Short-term outlook buoyed by consumer demand; Long-term fundamentals, such as productivity, a determinant of real growth, appear healthy; Greenspan having a tough definition of...
- Making Our Students Smart About Money. Godfrey, Neale S. // Education Digest;Mar2006, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p21
The article informs that many children in the U.S. are financially illiterate,000 young adults between the ages of 18-24 declared bankruptcy last year. Unfortunately, the legacy stays through adulthood. According to Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, children are financially...
- Statements to the Congress. // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Jul90, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p507
Presents a statement by Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Chicago, before a national US subcommittee on banking, finance, and urban affairs, and the US House of Representatives, on May 14, 1990. Concerns global environment of the future,...