Honour Greenspan and Lady Prudence

ARTICLE - When the Queen knights Alan Greenspan tomorrow at Balmoral it will raise profound questions for the world's other central bankers, reported the London edition of the FT on Wednesday in an article.

Did she single out the chairman of the Federal Reserve for recognition because he is about to retire? Did she discuss her decision with the Bank of England and hope it would encourage more monetary co-operation with the US? Did Gordon Brown, the chancellor of the exchequer, encourage her to

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