Washington, United States of America
US FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD CHAIRMAN GREENSPAN SPEAKS.
U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan addresses the
Council on Foreign Relations November 19, 2002 in downtown Washington.
Greenspan said on Tuesday the world economy has become more flexible
regardless of how events unfold in the weeks and months ahead. In
remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations, the powerful central
banker added the U.S. economy is indeed still growing, despite the
dramatic impact of a loss of $8 trillion in stock market wealth, a
contraction in capital investment and the Sept. 11 attacks.