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  • LONDON, May 26- Through the global economy's recovery over most of the past decade from a debilitating financial crisis, one thing that has not turned higher in any meaningful way is workers' pay. While job markets in major developed economies like the U.S., Britain and Germany have made impressive recoveries in terms of posts created and filled, there remains...

  • LONDON, May 26- Through the global economy's recovery over most of the past decade from a debilitating financial crisis, one thing that has not turned higher in any meaningful way is workers' pay. While job markets in major developed economies like the U.S., Britain and Germany have made impressive recoveries in terms of posts created and filled, there remains...

  • LONDON, May 26- Through the global economy's recovery over most of the past decade from a debilitating financial crisis, one thing that has not turned higher in any meaningful way is workers' pay. While job markets in major developed economies like the U.S., Britain and Germany have made impressive recoveries in terms of posts created and filled, there remains...

  • LONDON, May 26- Through the global economy's recovery over most of the past decade from a debilitating financial crisis, one thing that has not turned higher in any meaningful way is workers' pay. While job markets in major developed economies like the U.S., Britain and Germany have made impressive recoveries in terms of posts created and filled, there remains...

  • Inside Nasdaq Marketsite in New York City.

    The Nasdaq composite is on pace for a record-setting month.

  • The US can't afford $1 trillion infrastructure spending, warns Greenspan

    Infrastructure projects have too many upfront costs, the former Fed chair says in an interview with CNBC. Alan Greenspan, the former head of the Federal Reserve, said the US can't afford a $1 trillion infrastructure plan such as the one proposed by President Donald Trump.

  • CNBC PRO: Alan Greenspan

    Alan Greenspan shares his views on the markets and President Donald Trump's agenda in an exclusive interview Thursday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."

  • Alan Greenspan

    "If you get rid of Dodd-Frank, it's going to have a very significant positive impact," Alan Greenspan tells CNBC.

  • Greenspan: Euro will eventually dissolve

    At the IMF & World Bank Spring meetings, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan speaks with CNBC's Sara Eisen about the U.S. dollar, the euro and the French election.

  • Greenspan: Stagflation is in the process of emerging

    At the IMF & World Bank Spring meetings, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan speaks with CNBC's Sara Eisen about tax reform, growth and the global economy.

  • Greenspan: 'Fear dominates euphoria' in markets

    At the IMF-World Bank spring meetings, the former Fed chairman speaks with CNBC's Sara Eisen about the state of the U.S. economy and markets.

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • WASHINGTON, April 13- At first glance, U.S. Meanwhile, Trump's election campaign promises to cut taxes, spend money on infrastructure and deregulate banking, have helped propel a surge in the U.S. Conference Board's consumer confidence index to its highest level since the internet stocks crash 16 years ago. If Trump fills three existing Federal Reserve board...

  • Alan Greenspan

    When the Fed worries about 'valuation' in its minutes, stocks struggle in the year following, history shows.