The Federal Reserve and the Bull Markets
From Benjamin Strong to Alan Greenspan
Presents discussion and analysis of the Federal Reserve's involvement with the equity markets, with emphasis on the three major bull markets. Equity market activity during the 1920s, 1960s and 1990s is linked with the monetary policies of Benjamin Strong, William McChesney Martin Jr, and Alan Greenspan, respectively.
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"The actions of monetary policymakers in the context of [certain] markets require intensive examination and review, and I believe this book will contribute significantly to that debate." - Susan M. Phillips, Dean, School of Business The George Washington University"