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Federal Open Market Committee Participants

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Participants listed in alphabetical order.

Lael Brainard
Board of Governors

James Bullard
St. Louis

William C. Dudley
New York

Charles L. Evans

Stanley Fischer
Vice Chairman
Board of Governors

Richard W. Fisher

Esther L. George
Kansas City

Narayana Kocherlakota

Jeffrey M. Lacker

Dennis P. Lockhart

Loretta J. Mester

Charles I. Plosser

Jerome H. Powell
Board of Governors

Eric S. Rosengren

Daniel K. Tarullo
Board of Governors

John C. Williams
San Francisco

Janet L. Yellen
Board of Governors

Recent Public Remarks

10/13/2014 (12:30 PM ET)  Pres. Evans, Speech, National Council on Teacher Retirement, 92nd Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Ind.: Monetary Policy Normalization: If Not Now, When? 

10/11/2014  Vice Chairman Fischer, Speech, Per Jacobsson Foundation Lecture, 2014 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group, Washington, D.C.: The Federal Reserve and the Global Economy 

10/10/2014 (3:00 PM ET)  Pres. Lacker, Speech, National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Meeting Chicago, Ill.: Rethinking the Unthinkable: Bankruptcy for Large Financial Institutions 

10/10/2014 (9:00 AM ET)  Pres. Plosser, Speech, Society of American Business Editors and Writers Fall Conference City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism New York, N.Y.: Communicating a Systematic Monetary Policy 

10/9/2014 (3:40 PM ET)  Pres. Williams, Speech, Las Vegas, Nev.: Navigating toward Normal: The Road Back to the Future for Monetary Policy 

10/9/2014 (1:15 PM ET)  Pres. Lacker, Speech, Biltmore Estate, Asheville, N.C.: Prospects for Growth and Labor Markets 

10/9/2014 (10:17 AM ET)  Pres. Bullard, Opening Remarks, 39th Annual Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Fall Conference, St. Louis, Mo.: Opening Remarks

10/8/2014 (8:30 AM ET)  Pres. Evans, Speech, BMO Harris and Lakeland College Economic Briefing, Plymouth, Wisc.: Monetary Policy Normalization: If Not Now, When? 

10/7/2014 (3:00 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Speech, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y.: The National and Regional Economy  

10/7/2014 (1:30 PM ET)  Pres. Kocherlakota, Speech, Rapid City Economic Development / Black Hills Knowledge Network Forum, Rapid City, S.D.: Clarifying the Objectives of Monetary Policy 

10/2/2014 (8:00 PM ET)  Pres. Bullard, Presentation, A Conversation with St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, Tupelo, Miss.: The FOCM: Ahead on Results, Behind on Rates

10/2/2014 (12:00 PM ET)  Pres. Dudley, Speech, Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions, New York University Stern School of Business, New York, N.Y.: Restoring Confidence in Reference Rates  

9/30/2014 (10:45 AM ET)  Gov. Powell, Panel Discussion, "Debt Management in an Era of Quantitative Easing: What Should the Treasury and the Fed Do?", Washington, D.C.: Government Debt Management at the Zero Lower Bound 

9/29/2014  Pres. Evans, Speech, 56th National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill.: Is It Time to Return to Business-As-Usual Monetary Policy? A Case for Patience 

9/29/2014 (8:09 AM ET)  Pres. Evans, Video Interview, CNBC's "Squawk Box": US must get fundamentals right first: Evans 

9/29/2014 (8:04 AM ET)  Pres. Evans, Audio Interview, CNBC's "Squawk Box": Quite some time before rates should rise: Evans 

9/28/2014  Pres. Fisher, Video Interview, Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures": What is Texas doing right in the face of immigration issues? 

9/25/2014 (1:20 PM ET)  Pres. Lockhart, Speech, 2014 U.S. Senator Thad Cochran Forum on American Enterprise, Mississippi Council on Economic Education, Jackson, Miss.: Key Questions for Monetary Policy 

9/24/2014 (3:00 PM ET)  Pres. Mester, Speech, Cleveland Association for Business Economics, CFA Society Cleveland, and the Risk Management Association, Northern Ohio Chapter: The Economic Outlook, Monetary Policy, and Getting Back to Normal  

9/24/2014 (1:00 PM ET)  Pres. Evans, Speech, Peterson Institute's Conference on Labor Market Slack, Washington, D.C.: Patience Is a Virtue When Normalizing Monetary Policy 


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