Greenspan, his limo rides, and interest rates

The Republican central banker's visits to the White House have nearly quadrupled since Bush replaced President Clinton, according to this article. His visits lead to two intriguing questions, the article says. How involved is the Fed chairman in setting White House policy? And do those friendships with the highest level officials of the Bush administration alter what Greenspan does with interest rates?

Greenspan, his limo rides, and the future of interest rates

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