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Financial markets conference explores venture capital
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2002-07

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Greenspan touts virtues of prudent lending practices
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2001-04

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Atlanta Fed opens new Birmingham Branch building
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2001-01

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The Zen of Greenspan: who's reporting on the Fed?
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 1999-12

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Greenspan’s conundrum and the Fed’s ability to affect long-term yields
In February 2005 Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan noticed that the 10-year Treasury yields failed to increase despite a 150-basis-point increase in the federal funds rate as a ?conundrum.? This paper shows that the connection between the 10-year yield and the federal funds rate was severed in the late 1980s, well in advance of Greenspan?s observation. The paper hypothesize that the change occurred because the Federal Open Market Committee switched from using the federal funds rate as an operating instrument to using it to implement monetary policy and presents evidence from a variety of sources supporting the hypothesis. The analysis has implications for central banks? interest rate policies.
AUTHORS: Thornton, Daniel L.
DATE: 2012

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Statements to Congress, February 20, 21, 1991(monetary policy)
AUTHORS: Greenspan, Alan
DATE: 1991-04

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Statement to Congress, January 10, 1992(forces affecting the economy)
AUTHORS: Greenspan, Alan
DATE: 1992-03

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Statement to Congress, March 20, 1997(current economic situation)
AUTHORS: Greenspan, Alan
DATE: 1997-05

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