Vital Signs for the Week of July 18
In an otherwise lazy hazy week of summer, all eyes will be on Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. The Fed boss will go before Congress to give the central bank's semiannual monetary policy report. The chairman will in all likelihood provide another optimistic view of the economy.
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