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October 21, 2004

Greenspan - What, Me Worry?

Not much seems to trouble Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan these days -- not oil at more than $50 a barrel, record levels of consumer debt, nor a possible U.S. housing bubble.

The Fed chief has gone to great lengths in speeches in the past few days to soothe financial market concerns about some of the most pressing worries facing the U.S. economy.

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Posted by Tom Troceen