August 15, 2018
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard shared his views on several aspects related to the economy and U.S. monetary policy in an Aug. 6 interview with Central Banking Journal in London. He highlighted the possibility of an inverted yield curve, stressed the need to re-center inflation expectations at 2 percent and urged caution in raising the policy rate. He also discussed U.S. financial regulations and international trade issues, as well as the move to a press conference after every FOMC meeting in 2019.
The video and a lightly edited version of the transcript can be found at https://www.centralbanking.com/central-banks/monetary-policy/3682796/james-bullard-on-2-rates-tariffs-and-fed-leadership.