Greenspan: No More Mr. Quarter Point?

The latest data have strengthened the hand of inflation hawks

When it comes to the orchestration of monetary policy, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is a conductor with a style all his own. The money maestro prefers to modulate interest rates in small steps to minimize jolts to the economy. Until recently, that policy was music to Wall Street's ears.

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