Meyer's book lifts lid on life inside the Fed

Former Federal Reserve governor Laurence Meyer's new book reveals some insights on life inside the Fed. This review says Meyer was advised against saying anything in a speech that might move financial markets. In the book, Meyer writes that Chairman Alan Greenspan wants other FOMC members to say "as little as possible" and that too much "chatter" was going on between FOMC meetings.

Click here to read the review of A Term at the Fed: An Insider's View, by Laurence Meyer on the web

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