FOMC Speak

Speeches, Testimony, Interviews and Commentary by FOMC Participants

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Pres. DudleyRemarksat the New York Fed’s Economic Press Briefing, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in New York City.Household Debt and Credit Report 
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Pres. WilliamsSpeechat the National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference in Los Angeles, Calif.The Health of Nations 
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Chair YellenTestimonybefore the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, in Washington, D.C. Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress 
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Vice Chairman FischerSpeechat “The Lender of Last Resort: An International Perspective,” a conference sponsored by the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, in Washington, D.C.The Lender of Last Resort Function in the United States 
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Pres. MesterSpeechMarket News International, in New York, N.Y.A Monetary Policymaker's Lexicon 
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Pres. RosengrenSpeechBCBS-FSI High-level Meeting for Africa on "Strengthening Financial Sector Supervision and Current Regulatory Priorities," in Cape Town, South Africa.Progress on Addressing 'Too Big To Fail' 
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Pres. GeorgeSpeechCentral Exchange in Kansas City, Mo.The U.S. Outlook and Monetary Policy 
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Vice Chairman FischerSpeechC. Peter McColough Series on International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations, in New York, N.Y.Recent Monetary Policy 
1/28/2016Pres. KaplanQ&ADallas Morning NewsPoint Person: Our Q&A with Rob Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 
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Pres. BullardPresentationMemphis Economic Club, Memphis, Tenn.Oil Prices, Inflation and U.S. Monetary Policy
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Pres. RosengrenSpeechGreater Boston Chamber’s Government Affairs Forum in Boston, Mass.Early Observations on Gradual Monetary Policy Normalization 
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Pres. LackerSpeechSouth Carolina Business & Industry Political Education Committee in Columbia, S.C.Economic Outlook, January 2016 
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Pres. KaplanSpeechDallas chapters of Financial Executives International, the Association for Corporate Growth and the National Association of Corporate Directors, in Dallas, Texas.Economic Conditions and Monetary Policy in a Changing World 
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Pres. LockhartSpeechRotary Club of Atlanta in Atlanta, Ga.Post-Liftoff, Peering into 2016 
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Pres. LackerSpeechMaryland Bankers Association in Baltimore, Md. Economic Outlook, January 2016 
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Pres. WilliamsSpeechCalifornia Bankers Association in Santa Barbara, Calif.After the First Rate Hike 
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Pres. EvansSpeechWisconsin Economic Forecast Luncheon before the Wisconsin Bankers Association, in Madison, Wis.Connecting the Dots on Monetary Policy 
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Pres. LackerSpeechGreater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce in Raleigh, N.C.Economic Outlook, January 2016 
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Vice Chairman FischerTranscriptCNBC's "Squawk Box"CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer Speaks with CNBC’s Steve Liesman on “Squawk Box” Today 
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Pres. MesterVideo InterviewBloomberg TV's "Bloomberg Markets"Is China a Significant Economic Risk? 
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Pres. WilliamsTranscriptCNBC's "Squawk Alley"Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams Speaks to CNBC’s Steve Liesman on “Squawk Alley” Today 
1/3/2016Vice Chairman FischerSpeechAnnual Meeting of the American Economic Association, in San Francisco, Calif.Monetary Policy, Financial Stability, and the Zero Lower Bound 
1/3/2016Pres. MesterSpeechNational Association for Business Economics/American Economic Association Meetings, in San Francisco, Calif.The U.S. Economy and Monetary Policy 
12/18/2015Gov. PowellTranscriptMarketplaceA conversation with a Federal Reserve Governor 
12/7/2015Pres. BullardQ&AWashington PostFed official: Not raising rates in September was a ‘mistake’ 
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