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FOMC Speak: Remarks by Federal Open Market Committee Participants

About FOMC Speak

Participants are listed in alphabetical order.


Thomas I. Barkin

President
Richmond

Raphael Bostic

President
Atlanta

Michelle W. Bowman

Governor
Board of Governors

Lael Brainard

Governor
Board of Governors

James Bullard

President
St. Louis

Richard H. Clarida

Vice Chairman
Board of Governors

Mary C. Daly

President
San Francisco

Charles L. Evans

President
Chicago

Esther L. George

President
Kansas City

Patrick T. Harker

President
Philadelphia

Robert S. Kaplan

President
Dallas

Neel Kashkari

President
Minneapolis

Loretta J. Mester

President
Cleveland

Jerome H. Powell

Chairman
Board of Governors

Randal K. Quarles

Vice Chair for Supervision
Board of Governors

Eric S. Rosengren

President
Boston

John C. Williams

President
New York


Recent Public Remarks

Sep 21, 2020 (8:21 PM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Video Interview, with Bloomberg, Monetary Policy and Inflation Outlook

Sep 21, 2020 (6:00 PM ET)   Pres. Kaplan, Question and Answers, via live webcast from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Global Perspectives with Richard W. Fisher (former Dallas Fed president), moderated by Pres. Kaplan

Sep 21, 2020 (5:16 PM ET)   Pres. Kaplan, Transcript, in the Wall Street Journal, Interview With Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan

Sep 21, 2020 (12:00 PM ET)   Gov. Brainard, Speech, at the Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. (via webcast), Strengthening the CRA to Meet the Challenges of Our Time

Sep 21, 2020 (9:26 AM ET)   Pres. Kaplan, Video Interview, on "Bloomberg Surveillance", Fed’s Kaplan, Wary of Bubbles, Dissented to Preserve Flexibility

Sep 18, 2020 (10:00 AM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Remarks, at a virtual conference hosted by the Boeing Center for Supply Chain Innovation at Washington University in St. Louis, Economic Outlook, Inflation

Sep 18, 2020   Pres. Kashkari, Essay, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Why I Dissented

Sep 18, 2020   Pres. Bostic, Speech, Conference on Racial Justice and Finance, Using Finance to Create Racial Equity: A Call for Change

Sep 14, 2020   Pres. Barkin, Speech, at the West Virginia Women Moving Forward Virtual Summit, Enabling Women to Work

Sep 03, 2020 (4:42 PM ET)   Pres. Mester, Transcript, Wall Street Journal, Transcript: WSJ Interview With Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester

Sep 03, 2020 (2:32 PM ET)   Pres. Bostic, Video Interview, Wall Street Journal, Newsmakers Live: In Conversation with Atlanta Fed Pres. Raphael Bostic

Sep 03, 2020 (12:30 PM ET)   Pres. Evans, Speech, presented virtually to the Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce in Hammond, Ind., Covid-19 and the Future of the U.S. Economy

Sep 02, 2020 (3:49 PM ET)   Pres. Mester, Speech, 2020 Economic Measurement Seminar, The NABE Foundation (via videoconference), An Update on the Economy and Monetary Policy

Sep 02, 2020 (10:00 AM ET)   Pres. Williams, Remarks, at "In Conversation: New York Fed Presidents on COVID-19" (Bretton Woods Committee Webinar), A New Chapter for the FOMC Monetary Policy Framework

Sep 02, 2020 (5:35 AM ET)   Pres. Barkin, Transcript, with the Wall Street Journal, WSJ Interview With Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin

Sep 01, 2020 (1:00 PM ET)   Gov. Brainard, Remarks, Brookings Institution, Bringing the Statement on Longer-Run Goals and Monetary Policy Strategy into Alignment with Longer-Run Changes in the Economy

Aug 31, 2020 (9:00 AM ET)   Vice Chair Clarida, Presentation, Peterson Institute for International Economics, The Federal Reserve's New Monetary Policy Framework: A Robust Evolution

Aug 28, 2020 (3:10 PM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Video Interview, with CNBC, Average Inflation Targeting and Economic Growth

Aug 28, 2020 (10:59 AM ET)   Pres. Mester, Video Interview, CNBC "Squawk Box", Fed’s Mester says recovery will be ‘a slow one’ and more economic support is needed

Aug 28, 2020 (10:34 AM ET)   Pres. Kaplan, Video Interview, on Fox Business, Fed’s Kaplan: ‘Moderate’ overshoot of inflation likely

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