Speech by Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, 25 Sep

SPEECH - In the speech titled 'World Finance and Risk Management' Greenspan said a proper dispersement of risk will allow shocks to the overall economic system to be better absorbed and less likely to create cascading failures that could threaten financial stability.

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Remarks by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan at Lancaster House, London, U.K., 25 September, 2002.

World Finance and Risk Management

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