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Dialogue with the Fed
Dialogue with the Fed, St. Louis | Nov. 5, 2014
Diálogo con la Fed, Memphis, Tenn. | Nov. 19, 2014
The St. Louis Fed’s next Dialogue with the Fed, "Household Debt in America: A Look across Generations over Time”, will be held Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014, at the St. Louis Fed's Gateway Conference Center auditorium. A Diálogo event on the same topic will be held the evening of Nov. 19, 2014, at the Memphis Branch of the St. Louis Fed, with the audience Q&A being conducted both English and Spanish.
The dialogue will delve into how the dynamics of consumer debt in the U.S.—historically a major driver of economic growth—have been altered not only by the Great Recession, but also by shifting generational demographics.
In St. Louis, a light reception will start at 6:15 p.m., with the program beginning at 7 p.m. The presentation will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience. While the program is free, registration is required.
The deadline to register for the St. Louis event is Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Free, secure parking will be available in the Fed’s parking garage for all registrants.
Carlos Garriga, St. Louis Fed research officer and economist will lead both the St. Louis and Memphis presentations. In St. Louis, he will be joined by Don Schlagenhauf, the chief economist of the St. Louis Fed's Center for Household Financial Stability (HFS) and Bryan Noeth, policy analyst for the Center. Julie Stackhouse, senior vice president of the St. Louis Fed's Banking Supervision and Regulation department, will serve as moderator.
For more information about the St. Louis event, see the St. Louis Dialogue page.
For more information about the Memphis event, see the Memphis Diálogo page.
Dialogue with the Fed is designed to address the key economic and financial issues of the day and to provide the opportunity to ask questions of Fed experts. The discussions, which were begun in the fall of 2011, are held at the St. Louis Fed and its branches, and are free and open to the public. All discussions and presentations are archived.
For more information, contact Suzanne Jenkins, senior communications specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.