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Series:Speeches and Essays  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 

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Lessons learned, convictions confirmed
"In theory, the Fed's monetary policy and regulatory functions are separate. In practice, they are anything but--rather, it is a symbiotic relationship. The past two years have highlighted the interconnections of monetary and regulatory policy: Monetary policy depends upon regulation that ensures the soundness of financial institutions." ; Remarks before the Council on Foreign Relations, New York City, March 3, 2010.
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2010

Speech
A Perspective on Oil
An essay by Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert S. Kaplan from June 19, 2018.
AUTHORS: Kaplan, Robert S.
DATE: 2018-06-19

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Economic Conditions and Monetary Policy in a Changing World: remarks before the Dallas chapters of Financial Executives International, the Association for Corporate Growth and the National Association of Corporate Directors, Dallas, January 11, 2016.
Remarks before the Dallas chapters of Financial Executives International, the Association for Corporate Growth and the National Association of Corporate Directors.
AUTHORS: Kaplan, Robert S.
DATE: 2016-01-11

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Comments on tailored regulation and forward guidance (with reference to Dr. Seuss, Strother Martin in Cool Hand Luke and other serious economists)
The Federal Reserve knows what community and regional banks do for their communities. We appreciate that you are the backbone for the homeowners, small businesses, service clubs and school sports teams and scouts and churches and myriad other activities that make for better communities. We want you not only to endure, but to succeed and grow.
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2014-05-09

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Richard Fisher's presentation to the Texas Public Policy Foundation
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2014-04-22

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A discussion of economic condition and Federal Reserve policy
Remarks before the University of Houston, November 18, 2015.
AUTHORS: Kaplan, Robert S.
DATE: 2015-11-18

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Paradise Lost: addressing \\"Too big to fail\\" (with reference to John Milton and Irving Kristol)
"In the words of Milton, I would say that regulation should be designed to enable financial institutions to be 'sufficient to have stood, though free to fall.'" ; Remarks before the Cato Institute's 27th Annual Monetary Conference, Washington, D.C., November 19, 2009
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2009

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Taking the Long View: Creating a Better Future for Our Children and Grandchildren
An essay by Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert S. Kaplan from April 16, 2018.
AUTHORS: Kaplan, Robert S.
DATE: 2018-04-16

Speech
Storms on the horizon
"Even the perception that the Fed is pursuing a cheap-money strategy to accommodate fiscal burdens, should it take root, is a paramount risk to the long-term welfare of the U.S. economy. The Federal Reserve will never let this happen. It is not an option. Ever. Period." ; Remarks before the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, California, May 28, 2008.
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2008

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Balancing inflation and growth
Remarks before the Society of Business Economists, London, England, March 4, 2008. ; "At present, we simply do not have the ability to adequately account for the impact globalization has on the gearing of our domestic economy. Absent that capacity, we cannot, in my opinion, confidently assume that slower U.S. economic growth will quell U.S. inflation and, more important, keep inflationary expectations anchored."
AUTHORS: Fisher, Richard W.
DATE: 2008

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