Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told Bloomberg that it's too soon to start worrying about a US recession.
Greenspan cited the ratio of capital spending to cash flow, arguing that companies are still confident enough in the economy to continue spending on long-term investing and avoid borrowing.
"No recession in the last half century, at least, began from a period of deleveraging," the former Fed official said.
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