U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan sounded a somewhat optimistic note on the prospects for the U.S. economy last week.

In his testimony before the Senate Banking Committee on Sept. 20, Greenspan said the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks had caused a significant dropoff but stressed that the long-term prospects remain strong. Still, worries remain over the damage done to the world economy.

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