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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


Raphael Bostic


Michelle W. Bowman

Board of Governors

Lael Brainard

Board of Governors

James Bullard

St. Louis

Richard H. Clarida

Vice Chairman
Board of Governors

Mary C. Daly

San Francisco

Charles L. Evans


Esther L. George

Kansas City

Patrick T. Harker


Robert S. Kaplan


Neel Kashkari


Loretta J. Mester


Jerome H. Powell

Board of Governors

Randal K. Quarles

Vice Chair for Supervision
Board of Governors

Eric S. Rosengren


Christopher J. Waller

Board of Governors

John C. Williams

New York

Recent Public Remarks

Jul 15, 2021 (8:05 AM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Video Interview, with Bloomberg, Tapering, Inflation, Economy’s Progress

Jul 14, 2021 (8:30 AM ET)   Chair Powell, Testimony, before the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress

Jul 13, 2021 (12:19 PM ET)   Pres. Daly, Video Interview, CNBC , San Francisco Fed President Daly on investors’ inflation concerns

Jul 13, 2021   Pres. Barkin, Essay, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Great Expectations: Do Employees Want More Now?

Jul 12, 2021   Pres. Williams, Speech, delivered via videoconference at Bank of Israel/CEPR Conference on “Inflation: Dynamics, Expectations, and Targeting”, The Theory of Average Inflation Targeting

Jul 12, 2021   Pres. Bullard, Transcript, with the Wall Street Journal, Interview

Jul 11, 2021 (9:20 AM ET)   Vice Chair for Supervision Quarles, Speech, at the Venice International Conference on Climate Change, Venice, Italy, Disclosures and Data: Building Strong Foundations for Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risks

Jul 08, 2021 (10:15 AM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Panel Discussion, at Central banking after the pandemic: The challenges of inequality and inclusive growth, Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA) 2021 Annual Meeting, The Nexus Between Inequality and Monetary Policy

Jul 06, 2021   Pres. Barkin, Speech, delivered at the Raleigh Chamber Partners Forum, Raleigh, N.C., What Decade Are We In?

Jul 01, 2021 (6:07 PM ET)   Pres. Harker, Interview, with The Wall Street Journal, Transcript: WSJ Interview with Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker

Jul 01, 2021 (8:00 AM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Video Interview, with Fox Business, Inflation, Tapering, Housing Market

Jul 01, 2021   Pres. Mester, Essay, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Reflections: Workforce Development

Jun 30, 2021 (1:00 PM ET)   Pres. Barkin, Remarks, virtual presentation to Regional Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Understanding Disparities in Hispanic Employment

Jun 29, 2021 (7:28 PM ET)   Gov. Waller, Interview, on Bloomberg, Fed’s Waller Says Economic Progress Warrants Earlier Taper

Jun 28, 2021 (1:10 PM ET)   Vice Chair for Supervision Quarles, Speech, at the 113th Annual Utah Bankers Association Convention in Sun Valley, Idaho, Parachute Pants and Central Bank Money

Jun 28, 2021 (11:00 AM ET)   Pres. Harker, Speech, virtually at Federal Reserve Innovation Office Hours Philadelphia, Pa., Community Banks and Digital Innovation

Jun 28, 2021   Pres. Kashkari, Editorial, published in Financial Times, Banks cannot expect government to bail them out of every crisis

Jun 25, 2021 (2:46 PM ET)   Pres. Rosengren, Transcript, Yahoo Finance, Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren speaks with Yahoo Finance

Jun 25, 2021 (1:00 PM ET)   Pres. Rosengren, Presentation, given at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum Fed Week, Financial Stability

Jun 24, 2021 (1:00 PM ET)   Pres. Bullard, Presentation, during a virtual presentation for the Clayton Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Monetary Policy: A New Risk


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