Bullard Discusses U.S. Economy with District Business Leaders

Abstract: St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard participated in a virtual discussion with business leaders and bankers from Seymour, Ind., and other areas of Jackson County, Ind. During the event, which was hosted by the St. Louis Fed’s Louisville Branch, he addressed questions on inflationary pressures in 2021, supply chain disruptions, labor force participation, a potential housing bubble, infrastructure spending, the national debt and other topics. Bullard meets regularly with groups in the four zones that make up the St. Louis Fed’s District to share insights on the U.S. economy, as well as to gather views from Main Street. Seymour, Ind., is in the Louisville Zone.

Keywords: inflation; supply chain disruptions; labor force participation; housing; infrastructure spending; national debt;

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Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Part of Series: Speech

Publication Date: 2021-11-18