NEWS IN BRIEF
- Memo to fed chief: Yes, this is a new economy. Cappo, Joe // Crain's Chicago Business;01/10/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p8
Comments on United States Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan's views on the economy. Greenspan's fiscal management; Economic conditions; Fear of inflation.
- A Greenspan Exit Strategy. Mankiw, N. Gregory // Fortune;8/2/1999, Vol. 140 Issue 3, p42
Discusses the advent of retirement for United States Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan. Placement of an institutional frame work after his tenure ends; The role of luck in Greenspan's legacy; Creation of falling commodity prices due to slump in Asian economy; Author's theory of...
- Fed Funds Rate: Going, Going . . . Schlosser, Julie // Fortune;10/29/2001, Vol. 144 Issue 8, p42
Presents a chart that documents the different stages of the stock market in the United Stated during the years of several Federal Reserve chairmen. State of the market during 1951-1970, when William McChesney Martin was chairman; Details of the term of Chairman Alan Greenspan, who will be out...
- United States Economic Progress. Greenspan, Alan // Vital Speeches of the Day;03/15/99, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p322
Presents a speech given by Alan Greenspan, chairman of the United States Federal Reserve Board, in front of the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, in February 1999. How the speech addressed the progress of United States economic issues.
- Do worry. Be unhappy. Vogelstein, Fred // U.S. News & World Report;03/08/99, Vol. 126 Issue 9, p54
Describes the opinion of United States Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan about US economic prospects. Growth of the economy in 1998; High consumer confidence; Greenspan's concerns about interest rates and inflation; Unemployment too low in the US; Troubles in the stock market;...
- The market's new friend Alan. Butler, Steven // U.S. News & World Report;04/17/2000, Vol. 128 Issue 15, p40
Mentions United States Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. His warnings about the economy; Efforts to prevent inflation; Concern about consumer confidence.
- The Fed Chairman Takes a Bullish Stand. Sivy, Michael // Money;Aug2005, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p72
Comments on U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan with the view that he is suggesting investors buy shares of large growth companies. Opinion that the Fed chairman is optimistic about the economy; The reason for Greenspan's contrarianism when market indicators suggest pessimism; Why the...
- What's He Thinking? Bernasek, Anna // Fortune;11/22/1999, Vol. 140 Issue 10, p50
Discusses the question of when United States Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan will raise interest rates. Why it has been difficult to determine Greenspan's approach to the economy; Financial information that Greenspan is looking at as of the fourth quarter 1999; Indicators that...
- GREENSPAN'S DEFICITS. Eisenberg, Daniel // Time;5/2/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 18, p50
Reports on the final year that Alan Greenspan will serve as the Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve. How the U.S. economy is showing signs of slowing growth and oil-fueled inflation; Volatility in the Dow Jones Industrial Average; Concerns over Social Security privatization; Career highlights...