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ST. LOUIS — The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis will host a live webcast of the next discussion in its Dialogue with the Fed lecture series for the general public on Thursday, May 28.
“Monetary Policy Normalization: What's New? What's Old? How Does It Matter?” will be led by Stephen Williamson, St. Louis Fed vice president and economist. The presentation will be webcast live from the St. Louis Fed’s Gateway Conference Center Auditorium beginning at 6:30 p.m. Central time and can be viewed at www.stlouisfed.org/live. No registration is necessary.
After his presentation, Williamson will be joined by Cletus Coughlin, senior vice president and policy adviser to St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, and by Christopher Waller, senior vice president and director of research, for a Q&A session with the on-site audience at the Bank.
For more information about Williamson’s presentation, see www.stlouisfed.org/dialogue-with-the-fed, where archived presentations and videos of previous dialogues can also be found.
The popular series was launched in 2011 to address key economic and financial issues of the day, and to provide the general public with the opportunity to easily ask questions of Fed experts.
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