Central Banking

Greenspan celebrating 75th birthday on March 6

Alan Greenspan, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, celebrates his 75th birthday on Mar 6, 2001, having served over thirteen and a half years at the top of the US central bank. In June 2000 Greenspan was sworn in for a fourth four-year term which ends in 2004. But despite his age there is nothing to suggest he is not going to fill out the rest of his term when he will be 78.

The Fed chief is an avid tennis player, which may be helping him keep up his good health. He has been jetting off to Pal

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