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November 28, 2022

Key Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on Peeling the Inflation Onion

On Monday, November 28, 2022, New York Fed President John Williams spoke about inflation, monetary policy, and the economic outlook at a virtual event hosted by the Economic Club of New York.

November 9, 2022

Key Takeaways from President John Williams’s Speech on Anchoring Inflation Expectations

On Wednesday, November 9, 2022, New York Fed President John Williams discussed the importance of well-anchored inflation expectations at a conference on global risk, uncertainty, and volatility organized by the Swiss National Bank, the Federal Reserve Board, and the Bank for International Settlements.

October 27, 2022

Puerto Rico Regional Visit, Part 2: Ports of Call on the West Coast

In July, New York Fed President John Williams traveled to western Puerto Rico to meet with community development and small business leaders, higher education officials, and aerospace industry representatives. The visit to west coast capped off a two-day trip to the island, part of a broader effort by the New York Fed to gain a deeper understanding of regional economic conditions in the Federal Reserve’s Second District. In the second part of this two-part series, we discuss what we learned on our visit.

October 26, 2022

Puerto Rico Regional Visit, Part 1: On the Ground in Metro San Juan

In July, New York Fed President John Williams traveled to Puerto Rico to meet with local nonprofit and community leaders, government officials, and business and higher education representatives, with the aim of understanding economic conditions as the island emerges from the pandemic and continues on the road to recovery from major hurricanes. In this two-part series, we will share what we learned on our visit. Today’s post centers on takeaways from engagements in the San Juan metropolitan area, and tomorrow’s post will focus on the island’s west coast.

October 21, 2022

Key Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on the Bridging the Skills Gap

On Friday, October 21, New York Fed President John Williams spoke about bridging the gap between the needs of employers and the job training available to potential workers, particularly in New York’s Columbia and Greene Counties.

October 3, 2022

Key Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on the Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy

On Monday, October 3, New York Fed President John Williams spoke about inflation, monetary policy, and the economic outlook at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

September 26, 2022

Back to School: With Classroom Visits, Econ Ed Team Meets Students Where They Are

As a member of the Economic Education team at the New York Fed, I work with my colleagues to enhance economic literacy and teach students about the Federal Reserve System. Our “classroom visits” program, which features guest instruction from members of the Econ Ed team for high schools and colleges, is a key part of that mission.

September 8, 2022

The “How and When” of the Fed’s Balance Sheet Runoff

In May 2022, the Federal Reserve (Fed) announced that the process to reduce the size of its balance sheet would begin on June 1. With that process now underway, this post reviews the initial months of runoff. We also highlight publicly available resources that provide data to monitor the ongoing runoff of the Federal Reserve System Open Market Account (SOMA), which holds the securities acquired through open market operations.

August 25, 2022

Q&A with Nathaniel Counts, Featured Speaker at Health Equity Financing Event on Sept 13

Nathaniel Counts, senior vice president for behavioral health innovation at Mental Health America and a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, will be a featured speaker at a September 13 event on using capital markets to fund investments in health equity. Ahead of the event, “Creating 21st Century Capital Markets for Better Social Outcomes: Transformative Change Through Debt Financing,” we spoke with him about the idea of funding investments in healthy communities using the savings created by better health outcomes.

August 15, 2022

Examining the Intersection of Technology and Culture in Financial Services

Examining the Intersection of Technology and Culture in Financial Services

As part of its initiative to foster discussion about culture and conduct in the financial services industry, the New York Fed last month hosted a virtual event titled “Shifting Norms? The Intersection of Technology and Culture in Financial Services. This webinar — the latest in a series — focused on how technology and digitization have disrupted or otherwise influenced culture in financial services.

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