Vital Signs for the Week of June 6
In a rather slow week for economic data, all eyes and ears will be on Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's June 9 testimony before Congress. In light of the latest economic data, analysts may be more than a little confused about where monetary policy is headed in the coming months. The markets will look to Greenspan to help clear the air.
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