Speech by Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, 25 Sep

SPEECH - In the speech titled 'Policy Coordination' Greenspan reflected on the historic association between the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve with ties cemented in the 1920's. Greenspan said that London has stayed on top in the provision of financial services despite the emergence of the euro, which some expected would divert a significant share of foreign exchange trading to a single center on the continent.

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