Upcoming Fed Events and Speeches
Below is the outline for this week's events and speeches of importance relating to the Fed and its members. All times Eastern.
Monday, April 24
- Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari will be speaking at UCLA in CA on opportunity and growth. –11:30am
- Kashkari also has a second speech Monday, this one at Claremont College in CA. –3:15pm
Tuesday, April 25
- Richmond Fed's Manufacturing Index: released at 10:00am
Thursday, April 27
- Kansas City Fed's Manufacturing Index: released at 11:00am
- The Fed's Balance Sheet update will be released at 4:30pm.
Friday, April 28
- Fed Governor Lael Brainard will be speaking on "fintech" (financial technology) at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University conference in Evanston, Illinois. –1:15pm
- Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker will speak at the X-STEM Symposium in Washington DC. –2:30pm
Upcoming Fed Events
Below is a guide to upcoming events and speeches of importance relating to the Fed and its members. It is a relatively slow week in regard to Fed member speeches. All times Eastern.
Monday, April 10
- Janet Yellen at the Ford School: 4:00-5:15pm. She will be taking questions from the live audience, as well as from Twitter. From the events page: "This event will be live webstreamed. You will be able to view the stream the day of the event on the official event stream viewing page."
Tuesday, April 11
- Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari will engage in a discussion at the Minnesota Business Partnership in Minneapolis, includes audience Q&A. 1:45 pm.
Wednesday, April 12
- The Atlanta Fed Business Inflation Expectations will be released at 10:00am.
Thursday, April 13
- The release of the Fed's balance sheet numbers and the money supply data will be available at 4:30pm
Friday, April 14
- Also relevant, though not Fed-specific is the release of the CPI (Consumer Price Index) at 8:30am. The CPI isn't the inflation indexed tracked most closely by the FOMC in their inflation considerations (they prefer the PCE), but it is still relevant.