Fed talk is starting to get interesting again

Yesterday we saw Bullard and Williams start talking about the yield curve, with Bullard also touching on the point that he’s getting a bit tired of the Fed hand-holding the market through each and every rate hike.

That at least adds some spice back into the Fed discussion, where we have highlighted since Yellen’s time on how the Fed is held hostage by the market. Let’s see if any of Bullard’s peers share the same view as we move forward.

1445 GMT – Minneapolis Fed president Neel Kashkari speaks in Minneapolis

Kashkari will be speaking at a moderated Q&A session. No topic is given on the talk, but there will be a Q&A with the audience too thereafter.

1730 GMT – Dallas Fed president Robert Kaplan speaks in Richardson, Texas

Kaplan will be speaking at a moderated Q&A session as well. No topic is given on the talk, but there will also be a Q&A session with the audience and the media thereafter.

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