Greenspan set for book deal, after dinner speeches

Soon to retire Fed chairman Alan Greenspan is keen to start work on a book, and will also become a highly sought-after speaker when he leaves the US central bank, reports said on Monday 16 January.

Bob Barnett, a high- powered Washington lawyer and literary agent, is a close friend of Mr Greenspan and Andrea Mitchell, his journalist wife, and is ready to take on the 79-year-old economist as his next client, Washington sources told The Times in London.

The Times quoted sources as saying that it

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