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Bullard Speaks with MarketWatch about Economic Outlook, Monetary Policy

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard shared his outlook for U.S. economic growth and inflation during a MarketWatch interview and Barron’s Live event. He also discussed monetary policy, including his view that the Federal Open Market Committee should get going on tapering the Fed’s asset purchases.
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Bullard Discusses U.S. Monetary Policy, Inflation and Economic Growth with CNBC

St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard shared his views on tapering the Fed’s asset purchases, the U.S. economy and inflation during an interview on CNBC’s Closing Bell.
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An Economic Outlook - Temple University

The United States is and has been an economic powerhouse for most of the past century. We?re the world?s largest economy, and we have consistently been a source of innovation and invention. If we want to keep our global edge, it?s time to think about broad policies that look to where we?ll be in the future. When I was playing football, we ran where the ball was headed to catch it; that?s how we have to look at policy ? monetary, fiscal, and other ? not where we are on the field but where we?re headed.
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Central bank balance sheets: misconceptions and realities: remarks at the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference, Hong Kong, China, March 26, 2019

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren explored misconceptions about the Fed?s balance sheet ? the assets the central bank holds, and the liabilities and capital used to finance those assets ? in a speech in Hong Kong.
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Pandemic Ebbs and Flows: Economic Data, Inflation Concerns, and Policymaking

With a shock as large as the pandemic, policymakers need to be alert to potential changes to the economy. To date, inflation expectations and the underlying inflation rate look to be stable. It is important to keep in mind the difficulty that was experienced in achieving inflation of 2 percent in the United States and most of the developed world after the Great Financial Crisis. As a result, my perspective is that the emphasis on actual outcomes rather than forecasts of rising inflationary pressures when setting monetary policy appears justified. However, given the noise in the data, it will ...
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Monetary policymaking in today’s environment: finding “policy space” in a low-rate world: remarks at the 33rd Annual Cornelson Distinguished Lecture at Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, April 15, 2019

Now is a good time to reflect on the Federal Reserve?s monetary policy framework. The U.S. and many developed economies are likely to be challenged by the implications of a low interest rate environment for their ability to offset recessions. The reality of limited monetary policy space provides important context for why the Federal Reserve should broadly consider its current policies and their likely outcomes. While I would currently prefer moving to an inflation range, I look forward to future discussions. A key matter for me will be considering whether the possible changes to the Fed?s ...
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The United States and the Global Economic Outlook

When it comes to the economy, 2018 will be a year of ?monitoring,? said Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker to an audience of research economists on January 5. He also said in his own view that two rate increases are likely to be appropriate for the year. American Economic Association 2018 ASSA Annual Meeting Philadelphia, PA
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Bullard Speaks with Bloomberg about Tapering, Inflation, Economy’s Progress

In an interview on Bloomberg TV, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard spoke about tapering the Fed’s $120 billion a month of bond purchases, staying flexible to address inflation, and the growing economy.
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Pandemic Ebbs and Flows: Economic Data, Inflation Concerns, and Policymaking

With a shock as large as the pandemic, policymakers need to be alert to potential changes to the economy. To date, inflation expectations and the underlying inflation rate look to be stable. It is important to keep in mind the difficulty that was experienced in achieving inflation of 2 percent in the United States and most of the developed world after the Great Financial Crisis. As a result, my perspective is that the emphasis on actual outcomes rather than forecasts of rising inflationary pressures when setting monetary policy appears justified. However, given the noise in the data, it will ...
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Opening remarks at the Panel on Policy Challenges for Central Banks

Dallas Fed President Lorie Logan delivered these remarks before the Central Bank Research Association Annual Meeting at Columbia University, New York.
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