Fed's Greenspan may be cautiously optimistic on future

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By Caren Bohan WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. economic recovery has yet to come into bloom and any number of uncertainties -- geopolitical and otherwise -- lurk in the woods, but Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has a few reasons for guarded optimism about the future. For one thing, the 77-year-old Fed chief's own job security is no longer in doubt. Greenspan's current term at the helm of the world's most powerful central bank expires in mid-2004 but President George ...

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