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General discussion: modeling inflation after the crisis
Remarks on the Outlook, Monetary Policy, and Supporting a Vibrant Economy
The following topics were covered: 1) financial stability; 2) monetary policy and the macroeconomic outlook; 3) financial infrastructure and payments services; and 4) community economic development and opportunity.
Remarks at the Women’s Leadership Conference with the Vermont Bankers Association
The speech touched on three topics: 1) the economy and monetary policy; 2) the Boston Fed; and 3) thoughts on leadership challenges and opportunities, especially for women.
General discussion: monetary policy and stock market booms
General discussion: after the fall
Commentary: role reversal in global finance
General discussion: the dog and the frisbee
Perspectives on the Economy and Monetary Policy
In this event, hosted by the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings, Susan Collins shared her perspectives on macroeconomic conditions and key dimensions of monetary policymaking in the current context.
Remarks for the Panel Discussion “Why Did We Miscast Inflation?”
Inflation remains too high, and recent data – including several strong labor market indicators, as well as faster than expected retail sales and producer price inflation – all reinforce my view that we have more work to do, to bring inflation down to the 2 percent target. While optimistic there is a path to restoring price stability without a significant downturn, I am also well aware of the many risks and uncertainties, including the risk of a self-fulfilling loss of business and consumer confidence.