WASHINGTON -- Despite harsh admonitions from Capitol Hill, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on Friday refused to rule out the possibility that the central bank would raise rates again this year.

While the Fed's recent actions to push interest rates up have "substantially removed" the degree of accommodation embedded in previous monetary policy, he said it was still unclear whether the central bank had gone far enough.

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