Greenspan: End of tapering will cause market turmoil

The bull market is over, according to Alan Greenspan. The former chairman of the US central bank told CNN’s Julia Chatterley that he would be very surprised to see the equity market "stabilise.

Wall Street investors are blaming the recent global stock-market turmoil on everything from fears of recession in Europe, to a slowdown in economic growth in China, to a collapse in world oil prices,

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The Fed played a role in the recent emerging markets turmoil. Next week, they will cause another crisis somewhere. Ever since Alan Greenspan intervened to save the stock market on Oct. 20, 1987,

Both Greenspan and Bernanke pushed the boundaries of Fed transparency, but the way they telegraphed their messages seems to have contributed to market. could begin tapering its asset purchases by.

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The Fed’s Bind: Tapering, Timetables And turmoil. liquidity significantly dried up, and over the next nine months, the 10-year yield rose 240 basis points. We were on the front lines of the crisis — during those dark days, our daily volume on the trading desk shriveled from $500 million to just $15 million.

Alan Greenspan (/ l n r i n s p n /; born March 6, 1926) is an American economist who served as Chair of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006. He currently 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 1987, he was.

The Federal Open market committee meeting minutes are just minutes away from being revealed, potentially announcing the end to Quantitative Easing. And as a result, former Federal Reserve Chairman.

Inflation's role in recent market turmoil Greenspan: Taper Away!. to be a little more difficult than we think," Greenspan said, musing on recent market responses to Fed officials teasing the end of QEternity.. laws don’t cause.