Alan Greenspan

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  • Housing Demand Grows; Will Supply Follow?

    If there are two points economists during the NAREE conference agreed on, it was that housing demand is growing in the face of short supply and that the extent varies at a local level, from submarket to submarket around the country.

    National 25 June 2012 18:35
  • Home Prices Up, Especially the Non-Distressed Variety

    CoreLogic reports that housing prices were up in May; most of the largest U.S. counties saw unemployment increase last year; and the Fed bids farewell to quantitative easing.

    National 01 July 2011 13:45
  • Provando et Riprovando

    It seems the Fed will aver to the position of maintaining the final phase of QE2, the last part of the current round of expansionary monetary policy started near the end of last year.

    National 06 April 2011 19:41
  • Provando et Riprovando

    It seems the Fed will aver to the position of maintaining the final phase of QE2, the last part of the current round of expansionary monetary policy started near the end of last year.

    National 06 April 2011 19:38
  • Financial Crisis Panel Offers Split Conclusion

    Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission releases its report, shedding little light on what caused the economic meltdown of 2008. Pending home sales and economic activity indicate that we're on our way back from dark times.

    National 28 January 2011 14:45
  • Consumers Had Small Spending Party in December

    Consumer spending and consumer confidence tell different stories, and Alan Greenspan in 2005 was in no hurry to face the housing bubble.

    National 18 January 2011 14:41