Greenspan: Spending should begin slowing

Koning, Rachel
July 1999
Bond Buyer;07/23/99, Vol. 329 Issue 30689, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning the bond market in the United States, as of July 23, 1999. Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan's belief that there are mechanisms in place to slow the growth of spending.


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