Can The Fed Hit Its Mark?

Greenspan has room to guide the economy to a soft landing

Bond traders have heartburn. Tech stocks remain breathtakingly volatile. And inflation-phobes are worked up over real and imagined price pressures. But in a spacious Washington office at the corner of 20th and C Streets, there's one remarkably serene person: Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.

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