U.S: Sizzling Stats And Sweaty Palms
Wall Street was delighted after Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's upbeat assessment of the economy a few weeks ago. He predicted continued moderate growth in the second half and discussed at length the possible inflation benefits of technology-driven gains in productivity. It all sounded like the Fed had put policy on hold for a long time, and that was music to the markets' ears.
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