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Beijing's Greenspan: Currency Shadow Box

If there is any Asian economic indicator that is watched as closely as Japan's Nikkei, it is probably the exchange rate of the tightly controlled Chinese...

Wait. It is not over yet

Should we get our economic prognostications wrong this year, let Alan Greenspan be our alibi. The Fed Chairman, like everybody else, seems unsure of what to make...

It's Not His Economy

He has been out of office for more than a year and a half now--and has spent, by his own account, a notable amount of that time in the bathtub. Yet many...

Greenspan Makes Grown Men Gush

Steven Katcher arrived at the Wall Street branch of Borders bookstore at 7:25 a.m. on Tuesday — five minutes before the store opened, and a full four and a half...

Greenspan's Deficits

After being treated like royalty for presiding over the longest economic boom in the nation's history, Alan Greenspan, 79, might well have expected his final...

5 Ways The New Fed Chairman Will Be Different

Ben Bernanke knows he's filling big shoes. So when President Bush chose the White House's relatively new top economic adviser to succeed Alan Greenspan as...

Bernanke Nomination Sparks Wall Street Rally

Ben Bernanke left little doubt that, if confirmed to succeed Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve, he'll have no problems talking to Wall Street...

What Bernanke Thinks

One thing Fed Chairman-nominee Ben Bernanke does not lack for is a paper trail — an accomplished academic economist and former Dean of Economics at Princeton,...

What's on Greenspan's Mind?

Alan Greenspan raised interest rates. Again. Nobody noticed. Again. This has been going on for a year--nine rate boosts, all met with indifference by the...

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