Anxiety over Asia's financial woes has subsided among investors, but few Wall Street economists think the huge region's troubles are over or their economic impact here yet appreciated.

Summed up in the measured words of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, the United States has so far experienced "only the peripheral winds of the Asian crisis."

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