Greenspan keeps his nerve

ARTICLE - More mixed economic data appear to support Alan Greenspan's cautious decision not to cut interest rates any further for the time being, reports the Economist magazine on Friday. But this week the Fed admitted that stockmarket jitters have helped undermine economic recovery, and hinted at a possible rate cut later in the year.

Will he, won't he? Not for the first time, Alan Greenspan, the powerful chairman of the Federal Reserve-America's central bank-has kept the pundits guessing. Few

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