Greenspan says U.S. weathered several blows

US - Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told Congress on Thursday that a year after the terrorist attacks, the U.S. economy appears to have done a good job of withstanding a series of severe blows, "although the depressing effects still linger."

Greenspan cautioned that the effects from such problems as the terrorist attacks and the huge drop in stock prices were still having a lingering impact on growth as the country tries to mount a sustained recovery from last year's recession.

"The U.

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