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Repeats Story Initially Transmitted at 22:06 GMT Feb 11/17:06 EST Feb 11
Date ET Event
12-Feb 0830 Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker to speak on the
economic outlook at the Economic Forecast Breakfast and
Annual Meeting of The Main Line Chamber Foundation. Text is
expected. Harker is expected to take questions from the
12-Feb 0900 San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly to have a Q&A with
Laura Noonan of the Financial Times at the European
Financial Forum at Dublin Castle, Dublin. No prepared
remarks or livestream. Daly is not expected to take further
questions from the press.
12-Feb 1000 Fed Chair Jerome Powell to testify before the Senate
12-Feb 1645 New York Fed's Nathaniel Wuerffel, Senior Vice President
and Deputy Head of Market Operations Monitoring and
Analysis, to speak in a panel on "The Risk-Free Rates
Trading Checklist" at the International Swaps and
Derivatives Association (ISDA) and Securities Industry and
Financial Markets Association's Asset Management Group
(SIFMA AMG) Benchmark Strategies Forum. Text is not
13-Feb 1000 President Trump's nominees to the Fed Board of Governors,
Christopher Waller and Judy Shelton, to testify in a
hearing before the Senate Banking Committee.
13-Feb 1245 Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan to speak at the Greater
Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce Economic
Development Forum. Text is not expected. Kaplan is expected
to take questions from the audience and the press.
13-Feb 1730 New York Fed President John Williams in a moderated
discussion at the New York Bankers Association. Text is not
18-Feb 1400 Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari to speak on a
Minnesota education amendment proposal. No text. No
questions from the audience expected. No livestream.
19-Feb 0810 Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic to give remarks at the
Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta. No text is
expected. No livestream expected. Bostic is not expected to
take questions from the media.
19-Feb 1145 Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari to speak at an ag
symposium in Mankato, Minnesota. Kashkari is expected to
take questions from the audience. Event will be
livestreamed on Minneapolis Fed website.
19-Feb 1330 Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan to speak at an event with
the Urban Land Institute of North Texas. Text is not
expected. Kaplan is expected to take questions from the
audience and the press.
19-Feb 1630 Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin to speak on "New Monetary
Policy Frameworks: Why Now?" at Duke University. Barkin is
expected to participate in a panel discussion and take
questions from the media.
20-Feb 1320 Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin to speak at the Harvard
Kennedy School with senior fellow Megan Greene.
21-Feb 0935 Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan to give opening remarks at
a conference at the Dallas Fed entitled "Room to Grow:
Housing for a New Economy." Text is not expected. Kaplan
will take questions from the audience.
21-Feb 1000 Governor Lael Brainard, Atlanta Fed President Raphael
Bostic, Philip Lane of the ECB, Cleveland Fed President
Loretta Mester, Governor Richard Clarida, and Silvana
Tenreyro of the Bank of England speak at the US Monetary
26-Feb 1300 Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari to speak at the
Minneapolis Downtown Council Business Forum on "What you
may not know about the Minneapolis Federal Reserve." No
text. Audience Q&A expected. No livestream.
27-Feb 1130 Chicago Fed President Charles Evans to give keynote speech
at the Global Interdependence Center in Mexico City. To be
determined whether text is released. Evans will take
questions from the media.
28-Feb 0915 St. Louis Fed President James Bullard to give a
presentation on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at the
Ft. Smith Chamber of Commerce Breakfast. Slides and press
release are expected. No text. Bullard is expected to take
questions from the media.
03-Mar 1830 Chicago Fed President Charles Evans to speak in a moderated
discussion at the University of Illinois. Text is not
04-Mar 1400 Federal Reserve releases Beige Book.
06-Mar 0920 Chicago Fed President Charles Evans to speak on a panel at
the Shadow Open Market Committee at the Princeton Club of
New York. Text is not expected.
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