The once-cryptic former chairman of the US Federal Reserve is no longer mincing his words, writes Niall Stanage in New York.
During his 18 years in one of the world’s most important economic jobs, Alan Greenspan was renowned for the ambiguity and opacity of his public remarks. Observers coined the term ‘‘Fed-speak’’ to describe the oblique style and tortured syntax of the former chairman of the US Federal Reserve.
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