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October 26, 2018

Five Takeaways from Simon Potter’s Speech on Normalizing Monetary Policy

This morning, New York Fed EVP Simon Potter, who heads the Markets Group, spoke at a conference in Paris, France. The remarks, titled “U.S. Monetary Policy Normalization is Proceeding Smoothly,” were delivered at “Exiting Unconventional Monetary Policies,” a conference co-hosted by the Euro 50 Group, CIGI, and the China Finance 40 Forum.

October 12, 2018

Five Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on Monetary Policy and Global Impacts

On Wednesday, October 10, New York Fed President John Williams delivered keynote remarks at a conference in Indonesia. The speech, titled “Moving Toward ‘Normal’ U.S. Monetary Policy,” came at the Joint Bank Indonesia-Federal Reserve Bank of New York Central Banking Forum.

July 28, 2017

Central Bankers and Balance Sheets

Earlier this month at the New York Fed, we co-hosted a conference with Trish Mosser of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs on normalizing central banks’ balance sheets. This was the second workshop we’ve done, and we had current and former central bankers, academics, market participants, and the press in attendance. While last year we focused on what had been learned about implementing monetary policy following the crisis, this year we focused on what the “new normal” might be for central banks’ balance sheets. For those interested in learning more about what was discussed, the presentations from the event are now available on our website.

June 2, 2017

What Might the Fed’s Balance Sheet Look Like in the Future?

In recent months, there has been a lot of discussion around the normalization of the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet. As policymakers continue their discussion of potential reductions in the Fed’s securities holdings, questions frequently arise on what the balance sheet might look like in the future. In particular: How big will it be?

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