Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan gave the economy a strong report card Tuesday, though he said policymakers are worried about overvalued equity markets, mounting debt, global financial stability, and tight labor markets.

"The economy appears stretched in a number of dimensions, implying considerable upside and downside risks to the economic outlook," Mr. Greenspan said in the first of two days of monetary policy testimony on Capitol Hill.

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