Vekshin, Alison
October 2001
Bond Buyer;10/18/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31246, p2
Trade Publication
Presents several United States news brief stories. Announcement from Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan that the long-term outlook for the nation's economy looks favorable; Increase in housing starts in September 2001; U.S. Treasury Department's plan to buy back up to 1.5 billion dollars of its 30-year outstanding issues;


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