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Participants listed in alphabetical order.


Lael Brainard
Governor
Board of Governors

James Bullard
President
St. Louis

William C. Dudley
President
New York

Charles L. Evans
President
Chicago

Stanley Fischer
Vice Chairman
Board of Governors

Richard W. Fisher
President
Dallas

Esther L. George
President
Kansas City

Narayana Kocherlakota
President
Minneapolis

Jeffrey M. Lacker
President
Richmond

Dennis P. Lockhart
President
Atlanta

Loretta J. Mester
President
Cleveland

Charles I. Plosser
President
Philadelphia

Jerome H. Powell
Governor
Board of Governors

Eric S. Rosengren
President
Boston

Daniel K. Tarullo
Governor
Board of Governors

John C. Williams
President
San Francisco

Janet L. Yellen
Chair
Board of Governors
 

Recent Public Remarks

12/8/2014 (12:30 PM ET)  Pres. Lockhart, Speech, Council for Quality Growth in Atlanta, Ga.: More than a Few Good Data 

12/5/2014 (8:45 AM ET)  Pres. Mester, Speech, 2014 Financial Stability Conference: “Measurement Challenges in Macroprudential Policy Implementation: Essential Data Elements for Preserving Financial Stability,” The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research, in Washington, D.C.: The Nexus of Macroprudential Supervision, Monetary Policy, and Financial Stability 

12/3/2014  Pres. Evans, Q&A, New York Times : Q. and A. With Charles Evans of the Fed: Low Inflation Is the Primary Concern  

12/3/2014 (7:30 PM ET)  Pres. Fisher, Comments, Dallas Business Club in Dallas, Texas: Comments on Monetary Policy and an Annual Texas Economic Review 

12/3/2014 (2:00 PM ET)  Gov. Brainard, Speech, Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, The Brookings Institution, in Washington, D.C.: The Federal Reserve's Financial Stability Agenda 

12/3/2014 (12:30 PM ET)  Pres. Plosser, Speech, Charlotte Economics Club in Charlotte, N.C.: A Longer-Term View of the U.S. Economy and Monetary Policy 

12/2/2014 (12:00 PM ET)  Gov. Brainard, Opening Remarks, Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act Outreach Meeting in Los Angeles, Calif.: Opening Remarks 

12/1/2014 (3:18 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Video Interview, CNBC: Dudley: Not concerned about oil & gas leverage 

12/1/2014 (3:00 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Video Interview, CNBC: Dudley: We're tough on banks, problem is perception 

12/1/2014 (12:38 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Video Interview, CNBC: Dudley: Banking system much safer 

12/1/2014 (12:15 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Speech, Bernard M. Baruch College, New York City: The 2015 Economic Outlook and the Implications for Monetary Policy 

12/1/2014 (11:15 AM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Video Interview, CNBC: Dudley: Reasonable to expect mid-2015 hike 

11/21/2014  Gov. Tarullo, Testimony, before the Permanent Subcommitee on Investigations, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.: Physical Commodities 

11/21/2014  Pres. Dudley, Testimony, before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection Subcommittee: Testimony on Improving Financial Institution Supervision: Examining and Addressing Regulatory Capture  

11/20/2014 (1:00 PM ET)  Pres. Mester, Speech, Imperial Business Insights Series, Imperial College, London, U.K.: Forward Guidance and Communications in U.S. Monetary Policy 

11/20/2014 (7:45 AM ET)  Gov. Tarullo, Speech, Clearing House 2014 Annual Conference in New York, N.Y.: Liquidity Regulation 

11/18/2014 (1:30 PM ET)  Pres. Kocherlakota, Speech, St. Paul Rotary in St. Paul, Minn. : Clarifying the Objectives of Monetary Policy 

11/17/2014 (7:37 AM ET)  Gov. Powell, Video Interview, CNBC with Steve Liesman: Powell: Rate hike depends on jobs and inflation 

11/17/2014 (7:34 AM ET)  Gov. Powell, Video Interview, CNBC with Steve Liesman: Fed's Powell on LIBOR 

11/14/2014 (4:00 PM ET)  Gov. Powell, Speech, Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance, in Washington, D.C.: Monetary Policy Accommodation, Risk-Taking, and Spillovers 

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