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7 Apr, 5 tweets, 1 min read
🇺🇸🗣️ Fed Speakers | 7th April:


🔹0900/1400: Fed Bank of Chicago Pres Charles Evans (Voter, Neutral) speaks on current economic conditions and monetary policy before virtual Prairie State College Foundation Economic Forecast Breakfast - Audience and media Q&A expected
🔹 1100/1600: Fed Bank of Dallas Pres Robert Kaplan (Non-Voter, Hawk) participates in virtual moderated question-and-answer session before the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
🔹 1200/1700: Fed Bank of Richmond Pres Thomas Barkin (Voter, Neutral) speaks on the monetary policy outlook, labor market scarring and other topics before a virtual Global Interdependence Center Executive Briefing
🔹 1300/1800: Fed Bank of San Francisco Pres Mary Daly (Voter, Neutral) discusses the economy, climate change and economic inequality during a fireside chat webinar
⚠️ 1400/1900: Minutes from March 16-17 FOMC meeting

🔹In March meeting, FOMC left funds rate target range unchanged at 0–0.25%, as widely expected. In Summary of Economic Projections, median participant project a 3.5% unemployment rate and 2.1% core PCE inflation for end of 2023

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