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Fed tightened credit to discourage frenzy for higher returns, Greenspan tells panel.

MAY 31, 1994 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve officials raised short-term interest rates this year in part to quell the speculative flood of money into stock and bond mutual funds as investors reached for higher...

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