Bernanke's no Greenspan - look for higher ratesAaron Pressman
Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan was famous, or infamous, for his cryptic remarks and speeches that required a Kremlinologist's skill for parsing, a finance Phd’s knowledge of market history and a gambler’s instincts of where to place a bet. I don't think life is going to be anywhere near as complicated under his successor, Ben Bernanke based on Big Ben's last night at the Economic Club of New York.
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