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CNNMoney: Greenspan: Still gloomy on Greece, U.S. economyupdated: Fri Jul 01 2011 11:10:00

Former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan is making the media rounds with a rather dire outlook for the U.S. economy.

CNNMoney: Alan Greenspan: Stimulus hurt recoveryupdated: Tue Mar 15 2011 16:28:00

Massive government intervention to save the economy is to blame for the lagging recovery, Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Let Bush tax cuts expireupdated: Fri Jul 16 2010 10:19:00

Former Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan believes Congress should let the tax cuts enacted by President George W. Bush expire for all Americans in order to address the widening deficit, according to a TV interview airing Friday.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: 'I was right 70% of the time'updated: Wed Apr 07 2010 14:13:00

Alan Greenspan acknowledged Wednesday that mistakes were made during his long tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve, but he argued that the low interest rate policy he championed at the central bank didn't inflate the housing bubble.

Economy getting better, but still 'a long way to go'updated: Sun Apr 04 2010 16:28:00

The slow but steady U.S. economic recovery appears set to continue, with underlying indicators signaling a growing strength, some of the nation's senior economists said Sunday.

CNNMoney: Economic tide has turned - White Houseupdated: Sun Apr 04 2010 14:35:00

The slow but steady U.S. economic recovery appears set to continue, with underlying indicators signaling a growing strength, some of the nation's senior economists said Sunday.

CNNMoney: Greenspan offers a mixed mea culpaupdated: Thu Mar 18 2010 17:18:00

Alan Greenspan acknowledged Thursday that U.S. regulators had failed to grasp the magnitude of the financial crisis, but the former Federal Reserve chairman argued that low interest rates were not to blame for inflating the housing bubble.

Fortune: Alan Greenspan fights backupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 16:43:00

When the Senate grudgingly reconfirmed Ben Bernanke as Fed chairman two days before his term expired, he was only a stand-in for the man 30 senators were really mad at. "I knew that he would continue the legacy of Alan Greenspan, and I was right," said an angry Jim Bunning, a conservative Republican from Kentucky who voted no. Fumed Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the Senate's only (admitted) socialist: "He said it publicly -- I want to follow in the footsteps of Alan Greenspan. Alan Greenspan's philosophy is a disaster." Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) said Bernanke "helped set the fire that destroyed our economy." Only helped, that is -- and we all know whom he helped.

Greenspan predicts economic growth to hit 3 percent or higherupdated: Tue Oct 06 2009 09:40:00

The U.S. economy will grow more than expected in the third quarter, but unemployment also will continue to increase and will pass 10 percent, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Sunday.

CNNMoney: Unemployment will top 10% - Greenspanupdated: Sun Oct 04 2009 12:14:00

The U.S. economy will grow more than expected in the third quarter, but unemployment also will continue to increase and "penetrate" the 10% barrier, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Sunday.

CNNMoney: Sorry Mr. Greenspan, credit is still tightupdated: Thu Jul 09 2009 16:33:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the credit crunch should be over by now. But just ask anyone who has tried to get a loan recently, and they'll tell you a different story.

CNNMoney: Irrational exuberance all over againupdated: Tue May 05 2009 16:10:00

Positive thinking is a powerful force, even when it doesn't make much sense. That is one explanation for the mounting exuberance in financial markets.

Asia-Europe meeting on crisisupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 16:30:00

European and Asian leaders are meeting to focus on the global financial crisis. CNN's Emily Chang reports.

Stocks bomb as dire warnings shake marketsupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 16:30:00

Stock prices suffered steep losses Friday as dire recession forecasts drove the global financial system into one of its most sickening downward lurches since the credit crisis began.

U.S. in 'midst of a credit tsunami,' says Greenspanupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 00:04:00

The former head of the U.S. Federal Reserve has said the United States is "in the midst of a credit tsunami," but it will emerge from the crisis with a "far sounder financial system."

CNNMoney: Greenspan: It's a 'credit tsunami'updated: Thu Oct 23 2008 16:28:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told a House committee Thursday that the nation will emerge from the current credit crisis with a "far sounder financial system."

Time.com: Greenspan: Unemployment Will Rise Furtherupdated: Thu Oct 23 2008 10:00:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says the current financial crisis is a "once-in-a-century credit tsunami" which will have a severe impact on the U.S. economy, driving unemployment higher

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Economy in 'once-in-a-century' crisisupdated: Sun Sep 14 2008 13:08:00

The U.S. credit squeeze has brought on a "once-in-a-century" financial crisis that is likely to claim more big firms before it eases, former Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan said Sunday.

Fortune: Chatty Alanupdated: Tue Sep 02 2008 10:56:00

Watching Alan Greenspan in his new incarnation is a strange experience. Greenspan 1.0 served as Federal Reserve Board chairman for an entire generation, being oracular, talking in what we (and now he) called Fedspeak, rarely saying anything on the record outside of carefully choreographed public appearances.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Home market could bottom in 2009updated: Thu Aug 14 2008 07:10:00

Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, projects that housing prices could bottom out in 2009 - or maybe later - according to a news report.

Fortune: The questions Greenspan didn't askupdated: Fri Apr 11 2008 05:52:00

Alan Greenspan was once known for his inscrutable pronouncements, but his penchant for self-justification is now plain for all to see.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Economy worst since WWIIupdated: Mon Mar 17 2008 07:11:00

Today's economic condition could likely be seen as "the most wrenching since the end of the second world war," wrote former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan in the Financial Times on Monday.

CNNMoney: Interest rates: The new conundrumupdated: Mon Feb 25 2008 12:27:00

The Fed has lowered short-term interest rates this year but longer-term bond yields have risen. Call it the new conundrum. And it's adding to the confusion on Wall Street about the economy.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Recession chances '50% or better'updated: Fri Feb 15 2008 11:57:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Thursday there's at least a 50% chance the United States will slip into recession, and that the storm clouds over the economy won't clear until home prices bottom out.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: How the credit crisis happenedupdated: Wed Dec 12 2007 07:08:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan in a commentary published Wednesday argues that Fed policy under his leadership was not the cause of the housing bubble that precipitated the current crisis in financial credit markets, as some have charged.

The best business thinkersupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 14:18:00

Who shapes the future of business, and thinking about business? The executives in the boardroom, winning handsome returns for shareholders?

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Recession chance less than 50-50updated: Fri Sep 28 2007 08:30:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said in an interview that there was less than a 50-50 chance that the U.S. economy would slip into a recession.

Fortune: Amid Fed frenzy, Greenspan plays it coolupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 23:34:00

The greatest event publicist on earth couldn't have timed Alan Greenspan's latest speaking engagement any better.

Time.com: Greenspan Makes Grown Men Gush updated: Tue Sep 18 2007 22:50:00

Alan Greenspan is 81 and out of work. But at his Wall Street book signing, he was bigger than Bono

Greenspan criticizes GOPupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 06:15:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan slams the Bush administration and the GOP in his memoirs.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: recession is increasingly likelyupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 06:15:00

Alan Greenspan said the odds of a recession have grown since earlier this year, even though "the economy is not doing badly at this stage."

CNNMoney: Wall Street's pre-Fed woesupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 06:05:00

Stocks slipped Monday, one day ahead of a key Federal Reserve policy meeting, as investors worried that the central bank won't cut interest rates by as much as they had hoped.

CNNMoney: Stocks slip before the Fedupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 02:14:00

Stocks slipped Monday afternoon, one day ahead of a key Federal Reserve policy meeting, as investors worried that the central bank won't cut interest rates by as much as has been hoped.

CNNMoney: Greenspan book tops online chartsupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 00:58:00

Alan Greenspan's new book "The Age of Turbulence" topped best-seller lists on both Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble's Web site after its official Monday morning release.

CNNMoney: Wall Street jittery before the Fedupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 00:56:00

Stocks slipped Monday afternoon as investors worried that Federal Reserve policy makers won't cut a key short-term interest rate by as much as has been hoped when they meet to discuss policy on Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Stocks slide pre-Fedupdated: Sun Sep 16 2007 22:58:00

Stocks slumped Monday morning as investors eyed a regulatory setback for Microsoft and worried that Federal Reserve policy makers may not cut interest rates Tuesday by as much as has been hoped.

Greenspan book: GOP 'swapped principle for power'updated: Sun Sep 16 2007 11:30:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan slams President Bush and today's Republicans, while calling Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton "the smartest presidents" he worked with, according to an advance copy of his upcoming book.

Fortune: Greenspan speaksupdated: Sat Sep 15 2007 00:34:00

If you want to know the mind of Alan Greenspan, you might start with this: Before he entered public life in the 1970s, all his top deputies at his flourishing economic consulting firm were women.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: I didn't grasp subprime threatupdated: Thu Sep 13 2007 01:34:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan acknowledges he failed to see early on that an explosion of mortgages to people with questionable credit histories could pose a danger to the economy.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: We've seen this turmoil beforeupdated: Fri Sep 07 2007 01:34:00

"The human race has never found a way to confront bubbles," Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Thursday in reference to the euphoria that can precede contractions, or reactions, like the current market turmoil, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: Greenspan 'finds his voice' in book on economyupdated: Tue Sep 04 2007 06:53:00

Famously opaque when he was chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan - the author - says he relished the opportunity to break out of "Fedspeak" and share his own insights about the nation's economy.

CNNMoney: Greenspan said to advise Deutsche Bankupdated: Mon Aug 13 2007 04:05:00

Deutsche Bank is expected to announce Monday that it has hired former Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan as a senior adviser, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: CEOs, Greenspan: Corporate tax code hurts everyoneupdated: Thu Jul 26 2007 01:26:00

Take your tax breaks and mind-boggling incentives - give us a low rate.

CNNMoney: Wall Street washoutupdated: Thu May 24 2007 14:13:00

Stocks tumbled Thursday, with investors retreating following the recent run, as a strong read on new home sales raised concerns that the Federal Reserve won't cut interest rates by the end of the year, as had been hoped.

CNNMoney: Nasdaq leads selloffupdated: Thu May 24 2007 13:23:00

The Nasdaq led a broader stock decline Thursday afternoon as investors bet that the strong morning economic news means the Federal Reserve is less likely to cut interest rates by the end of the year.

CNNMoney: Greenspan 'cringed' at strong dollar talkupdated: Tue May 15 2007 17:10:00

Fed chairman Alan Greenspan told his colleagues back in 2001 that he had " cringed" every time Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin repeated his " mantra" during the Clinton administration that the White House supported a strong dollar.

CNNMoney: Greenspan, deals, could lift stocksupdated: Mon Apr 16 2007 05:45:00

Corporate deals, a strong retail sales report and a more optimistic view on the U.S. economy by former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan could help give U.S. stocks a positive start to the week.

CNNMoney: Greenspan talks, people payupdated: Tue Mar 20 2007 07:02:00

Alan Greenspan is still commanding attention - and $100,000 per speech - a year after leaving his position as chairman of the Federal Reserve, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: Stocks gain, Day 2updated: Thu Mar 15 2007 15:16:00

Stocks rose for a second straight day Thursday, finding momentum at the end of a volatile session, despite former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's concerns that the problems with subprime mortgages could spill over to other sectors.

CNNMoney: Stocks show signs of lifeupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 14:21:00

Stocks gathered momentum Thursday afternoon despite former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's concerns that the problems with subprime mortgages could spill over to other sectors.

CNNMoney: Stocks cling to advanceupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 12:42:00

Stocks trimmed gains Thursday afternoon after former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said that the problems with subprime mortgages could spill over to other sectors, but added that a 10 percent rise in home prices could stop the problems.

CNNMoney: Greenspan fears recession - reportupdated: Mon Feb 26 2007 08:38:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warned Monday that the economy may fall into recession by the end of 2007, according to a published report.

CNNMoney: Bonds build on Greenspan, subprime fearsupdated: Mon Feb 26 2007 08:34:00

Bond prices headed higher Monday, bolstered by a warning on the economy from former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and continued worries over the subprime mortgage market.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Pricey oil no big deal, yetupdated: Wed Jun 07 2006 09:06:00

CNNMoney.com) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told lawmakers Wednesday the U.S. and world economy has been able to withstand the high price of oil, but argued that crude is running out and a free-market-led switch is already under way.

CNNMoney: Stocks on Fed watch againupdated: Wed Jun 07 2006 06:17:00

Stocks investors were on hold early Wednesday ahead of the comments from former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and two current Fed policymakers that could determine if the Dow can stay above the 11,000 mark.

CNNMoney: Greenspan taps Fortune wordsmithupdated: Tue Jun 06 2006 09:33:00

Former Federal Reserve maestro Alan Greenspan has chosen Peter Petre, a senior editor at large at Fortune Magazine, to help him write his memoir, the magazine said Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Housing boom is overupdated: Thu May 18 2006 19:51:00

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Thursday that the "extraordinary" boom in the U.S. housing market in recent years is over.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Third-party candidate comingupdated: Fri Mar 10 2006 06:31:00

Recently retired Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan believes that there will be a major independent candidate for president from the nation's political center, according to a published report.

Fortune: A Face Only an Artist Could Loveupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 04:43:00

For Erin Crowe, Alan Greenspan isn't just the outgoing Fed chairman. He's her muse. Once the 25-year-old started painting his nuanced expressions while on a fellowship, she was hooked. "People's re...

CNNMoney: Life after Alan Greenspanupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 10:16:00

Alan who?

Money Magazine: Why the sky isn't fallingupdated: Thu Jan 19 2006 09:52:00

We're all doomed. One forecaster says the U.S. is on the edge of a recession that will crush the stock market. Another insists that inflation is about to flare up and destroy your purchasing power.

CNNMoney: Happy Trails, Alanupdated: Tue Jan 17 2006 10:09:00

What do Alan Greenspan and Muhammad Ali have in common?

CNNMoney: Big bucks for a Greenspan speech?updated: Mon Jan 16 2006 08:06:00

Alan Greenspan is expected to join an elite organization of six-figure lecture luminaries after he steps down as chairman of the Federal Reserve, according to a news report Monday.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Santa or Grinch?updated: Fri Dec 09 2005 10:42:00

Will the financial markets view Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan as Santa Claus or the Grinch after the Fed's next policy meeting Tuesday?

Fortune: Investors Are in for a Shockupdated: Mon Nov 28 2005 00:01:00

On Aug. 26, Alan Greenspan delivered a valedictory speech in balmy Jackson Hole, Wyo., that contained a wintry warning. Investors, the Fed chairman intoned, normally demand a substantial "risk premium"--a high return in exchange for taking a chance that they may lose money. Now, though, investors "accept increasingly low compensation for risk." They are acting, he said, as if owning stocks or houses has suddenly become much less uncertain than it has been over the past century. Under these conditions, he concluded, "any onset of investor caution elevates risk premiums and lowers asset values. History has not dealt kindly with the aftermath of low risk premiums." The chairman's chilling words attracted scant attention, but investors should treat them as holy writ. Greenspan spotlights a problem that everyone from Wall Street gurus spouting happy talk on CNBC to homebuilders touting the "new paradigm" in real estate choose to ignore. Let's translate his warning into plain language: Most investments are extr

CNNMoney: Bonds edge higher in light tradingupdated: Fri Nov 25 2005 09:44:00

Bonds rose and the dollar gained Friday as traders looked ahead to next week's jobs report and a speech by Alan Greenspan.

CNNMoney: Giving thanks to the Fedupdated: Tue Nov 22 2005 14:16:00

It's two days early but the Federal Reserve appears to have given investors something to be thankful for: a strong hint that its 16-month campaign of raising interest rates may finally be nearing an end.

CNNMoney: Hey, Washington: Forget Greenspan dreamupdated: Tue Nov 15 2005 12:36:00

The members of the Senate Banking Committee are throwing a lot of questions today at Ben Bernanke, President Bush's nominee to succeed Alan Greenspan as Fed chairman -- about inflation targeting, about transparency at the Fed, about taxes.

Fortune: Face Offupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

After 18 years at the helm, Alan Greenspan is stepping down as chairman of the Federal Reserve in January. On Oct. 24, President Bush nominated economic advisor and former Fed governor Ben S. Bernanke, 51, to replace him--a move that was widely praised. How does the new guy really stack up to his predecessor? Tale of the Tape  

CNNMoney: How productive!updated: Thu Nov 03 2005 05:38:00

An unexpectedly strong productivity figure helped push U.S. stock futures higher Thursday, indicating a higher opening for stocks, ahead of outgoing Fed chairman Alan Greenspan's appearance before Congress.

Fortune: GREENSPANNING THE AGESupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:01:00

We've grown accustomed to his furrowed face. Sworn in on Aug. 11, 1987, Alan Greenspan has been the Fed chairman through four Presidents, two wars, a pair of stock market crashes, and a steady stre...

Fortune: WHO WILL REPLACE GREENSPAN? WHO CARES! updated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:01:00

WE WILL MISS HIM, THAT MUCH IS clear. We will miss his gnomic utterances, his unflappable calm, his shuffling gait, his occasional calls for fiscal responsibility. But will we really miss Alan Gree...

CNNMoney: So long Alan and 'measured?'updated: Fri Oct 28 2005 11:22:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Alan Greenspan's tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve is drawing to a close...and with that, the Fed's current cycle of raising interest rates may be nearing an end as well.

CNNMoney: Bernanke's bucksupdated: Wed Oct 26 2005 11:03:00

Like many Americans, Ben Bernanke, the man nominated to be the next Federal Reserve Chairman, has a large majority of his financial holdings tied up in his retirement accounts, with relatively modest liquid assets.

CNNMoney: 10-year yield hits 7-month highupdated: Wed Oct 26 2005 09:07:00

Treasury prices fell for the third straight session Wednesday, lifting the yield on the benchmark 10-year note to a seven-month high, as bond investors bet the Fed would keep raising short-term interest rates into next year.

CNNMoney: Greenspan critic not happy with Bernankeupdated: Tue Oct 25 2005 09:07:00

One of the harshest critics of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan in the Senate isn't much happier with the man nominated to succeed him, Ben Bernanke.

CNNMoney: Bernanke to head Fedupdated: Mon Oct 24 2005 12:58:00

President Bush on Monday nominated Ben Bernanke to succeed Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, whose term is set to expire at the end of January.

CNNMoney: What's it all about Alan?updated: Fri Oct 21 2005 09:17:00

Coming soon to Monster.com?

CNNMoney: Who will replace Greenspan? Who cares!updated: Thu Oct 20 2005 09:28:00

We will miss him, that much is clear.

CNNMoney: New Fed chief by mid-November?updated: Wed Oct 19 2005 09:13:00

The Bush administration will nominate Alan Greenspan's successor as head the Federal Reserve in early to mid-November, according to a report Wednesday.

CNNMoney: Bracing for a new maestroupdated: Mon Oct 17 2005 09:17:00

The Haley's comet of government, the changing of the Fed chairman is an event both rare and monumental.

CNNMoney: Mixed day on Wall Streetupdated: Tue Sep 27 2005 09:44:00

Stocks were mixed Tuesday as weakness in tech competed with the positive impact of falling oil prices and benign comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.

CNNMoney: Stocks seek catalystupdated: Tue Sep 27 2005 09:22:00

Falling oil prices put a floor under an otherwise jittery market Tuesday morning, with investors in waiting mode ahead of key reads on housing and consumer confidence, and an afternoon speech from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.

CNNMoney: Bonds gain on Greenspan speakupdated: Tue Sep 27 2005 08:31:00

Treasury prices turned higher Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. had been able to withstand higher energy prices, but avoided addressing the possibility of more short-term interest rate hikes.

CNNMoney: Batter up, Mr. Greenspanupdated: Fri Sep 02 2005 07:03:00

Greenspan's up to bat expecting a long, slow lob across the plate as he plays the final game of his career and dreams of coming retirement, when suddenly Hurricane Katrina throws him a curve ball: the Southeast is in shambles, the entire country at the mercy of punishing gas price spike.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Rein in riskupdated: Fri Aug 26 2005 13:42:00

Day One of the Jackson Hole Federal Reserve conference and so far we have heard from Alan Greenspan on the past and future of monetary policy.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Risks from deficits, housingupdated: Fri Aug 26 2005 10:13:00

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan issued a veiled warning Friday on the risks to the economy from trade and budget deficits -- as well as the recent run-up in home prices.

CNNMoney: Bonds up on Michigan, Greenspanupdated: Fri Aug 26 2005 08:16:00

Bonds rose Friday as a revised consumer confidence survey came in much lower than expected and Fed chief Alan Greenspan issued a veiled warning on the vulnerability of the housing market. Meanwhile, while the dollar fell.

CNNMoney: Greenspan: Hero? Or goat?updated: Thu Aug 25 2005 11:44:00

In many respects, the 29th annual Jackson Hole symposium, put on as always by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, promises to be a two-and-a-half day love fest honoring Alan Greenspan.

CNNMoney: Bonds mixed, dollar dipsupdated: Thu Aug 25 2005 07:54:00

Bonds drifted Thursday and the dollar edged lower against the euro and the yen after a government report showed that applications for jobless claims fell last week in line with forecasts.

CNNMoney: Soaring interest in Greenspan portraitsupdated: Thu Aug 11 2005 08:20:00

Alan Greenspan has been called a real piece of work. Now, it might be true because one woman has turned the Fed chairman into a work of art.

CNNMoney: Gearing up for Greenspanupdated: Fri Aug 05 2005 09:49:00

Go easy on us maestro.

Money Magazine: The Fed Chairman Takes a Bullish Standupdated: Mon Aug 01 2005 00:01:00

Being an oracle is a tough job, especially if you want to retain your credibility over an entire career. You have to be smart and provocative yet leave a little wiggle room. No one today understand...

CNNMoney: What Greenspan didn't knowupdated: Thu Jul 21 2005 12:12:00

In what could be one of his last appearances on Capitol Hill, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan admitted even he doesn't know everything.

CNNMoney: Greenspan warns on fuel, housingupdated: Wed Jul 20 2005 09:17:00

Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve, spoke favorably of the overall economy in Congressional testimony Wednesday, but warned investors about the risks of a housing bubble and fuel prices that are likely to keep rising for years.

CNNMoney: Bonds tick down before Greenspanupdated: Wed Jul 20 2005 08:38:00

Bonds inched lower but were relatively unchanged Wednesday as traders waited for Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan to give testimony on his view of the economy.

CNNMoney: Greenspan will talk, but keep mumupdated: Wed Jul 20 2005 07:34:00

Alan Greenspan's words are known for rocking the markets but Fedwatchers say this week's testimony will be more like "don't rock the boat."

CNNMoney: The Fed chairman takes a bullish standupdated: Tue Jul 19 2005 17:25:00

Being an oracle is a tough job, especially if you want to retain your credibility over an entire career. You have to be smart and provocative yet leave a little wiggle room.

CNNMoney: Five questions for Greenspanupdated: Tue Jul 19 2005 09:29:00

The only thing more difficult to parse through than Alan Greenspan's testimony to Congress can be the questions he gets from senators and representatives.

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