Clearly, Greenspanese isn't his language

According to this article by The New York Times, published Sunday 11 June, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has shown in recent comments that he knows how to send a message.

"Stock investors, hoping that the Fed was finally about to stop raising interest rates, ran for cover. Suddenly it seemed that Mr. Bernanke, far from being indecisive, might be willing to risk a sharp economic slowdown just to stamp out inflationary expectations," it says.

Bernanke's approach, as compared to that of

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