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Monetary policy in a low inflation and low unemployment economy: remarks at the Economic Club of New York, New York, New York, May 21, 2019

Boston Fed president Eric Rosengren explored the current economic environment, characterized by low unemployment and lower-than-target inflation ? which are somewhat opposing signals for monetary policymakers.
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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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Exploring current economic conditions and the implications for monetary policy: remarks at 1Berkshire Economic Outlook Luncheon, Dalton, Massachusetts, October 26, 2018

Topics covered include: recent monetary policy actions; outlook -- continued robust growth; clear risks to the forecast; how should policy respond to strong base forecast but rising risks?; inflation for goods and services; exports are important and uncertain.
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Perspectives on the Eventual Economic Recovery

The past year with the pandemic has been grueling. Eleven months after the initial outbreak, economic outcomes for individuals and businesses still remain closely tied to finding and implementing effective public health policy. However, with the successful development of multiple vaccines, it is now possible to imagine much better macroeconomic outcomes ahead. My view is that policymakers must work to ensure that the benefits of the eventual recovery are widely shared. As I’ve mentioned, I believe that as we think about recovery from the pandemic, we should take the time to look for ways ...
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Inflation Remains Key Threat despite Strong U.S. Economic Outlook

In 2022, inflation is expected to stay above the Fed’s 2% target because of increased costs of inputs and rising inflation expectations.
The Regional Economist

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Bullard Speaks with Fox Business about Economic Growth, Jobs and Interest Rates

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard talked about economic growth, the labor market, the tapering of the Fed’s asset purchases and his interest rate expectations during a Fox Business interview.
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Bullard Speaks with CNBC about Inflation, Monetary Policy

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed expectations for U.S. economic growth and inflation and his views on U.S. monetary policy during an appearance on CNBC.
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Bullard Speaks with Washington Post about Inflation, Tapering

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard gave his perspective on the U.S. economy, inflation risks and tapering the Fed’s bond purchases, during an appearance on Washington Post Live.
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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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An Economic Outlook - Main Line Chamber of Commerce

Inflation, GDP growth, and the labor market are ?displaying considerable strength? and indicate a robust American economy, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick T. Harker said today in remarks to the Main Line Chamber of Commerce.
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