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  1. Dec 18,  · Former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan says he thinks the bull market is at an end.
  2. Oct 24,  · Greenspan Admits Free Market Ideology Flawed Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told a House committee Thursday that the banking and housing crisis is .
  3. Dec 19,  · Fears of an economic slowdown-- or even recession-- have turned a spotlight on the debt that businesses piled up during the past decade, when borrowing costs were historically low.. For the first time since the Great Recession, investors want companies to prioritize paying down debt rather than investing in the future or share buybacks and dividends, according to a Bank of America Merrill.
  4. Alan Greenspan served five terms as chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He originally took office as chairman on August 11, , to fill an unexpired term as a member of the Board of Governors. His last term ended on January 31, He was appointed chairman by four different presidents.
  5. Feb 01,  · Alan Greenspan is sounding the alarm about the booming stock market. "There are two bubbles: We have a stock market bubble, and we have a bond market bubble," the former Federal Reserve chairman.
  6. Alan Greenspan may go down as one of the best chairmen of the Federal Reserve in American history. His year tenure was marked by unprecedented economic growth, budget surpluses and a booming.
  7. Alan Greenspan KBE (/ ˈ æ l ə n ˈ ɡ r iː n s p æ n /; born March 6, ) is an American economist who served as Chair of the Federal Reserve of the United States from to He works as a private adviser and provides consulting for firms through his company, Greenspan Associates LLC. First appointed Federal Reserve chairman by President Ronald Reagan in August , he was Education: Juilliard School, New York University (BA, .
  8. Dec 18,  · Greenspan tells CNN the bull market is over, pointing to how stocks have fumbled in recent days. Markets could still go up, Greenspan says, but "at the end of .
  9. Former chairman of the US Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan has warned investors to get ready for a painful correction in the stock market, as it cannot stabilize and unlikely to muster another rally. “It would be very surprising to see it sort of stabilize here, and then take off again,” Greenspan said in an interview with CNN Business.

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