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SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

REUTERS: Fed's Daly: Policy in a 'good place,' bond investors see 'brighter future'

U.S. monetary policy is in a “very good place,” San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly said on Tuesday, noting that a recent rise in bond yields is a sign that investors see a “brighter future.”

Should the yield curve steepen so that monetary policy becomes less accommodative than the Fed thinks is appropriate, the U.S. central bank could change the maturity of its bond purchases to push down on the long-end, Daly told reporters in a call after a talk at the Economic Club of New York. But, she added, “Right now I’m very satisfied where policy is.”



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SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

YAHOO FINANCE:Fed officials emphasize policy 'patience' as outlook improves

"Our most important virtue will be patience," she told the Economic Club of New York. "We will need to continually and patiently reassess what the labor market is capable of and avoid preemptively tightening monetary policy before millions of Americans have an opportunity to benefit."

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San Francisco Fed President and CEO, Mary C. Daly

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

the Economic Club of New York is honored to welcome the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Mary C. Daly. She will discuss the state of the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve's new framework for conducting monetary policy.

Club member and Goldman Sachs Chief Economist, Jan Hatzius

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In conversation with Yahoo Finance correspondent Julia La Roche, Jan will share his outlook for the U.S. economy this year and beyond.

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, JEROME POWELL

WALL STREET JOURNAL: Fed’s Powell Signals Easy Money Policies to Remain in Place for a While

The Federal Reserve will continue bolstering the U.S. economy through low interest rates and hefty asset purchases, Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday, stressing that the labor market remains stunted by the pandemic.

The Fed is unlikely to “even think about withdrawing policy support” by raising rates or reducing its bond purchases for the foreseeable future, Mr. Powell said at a virtual appearance before the Economic Club of New York



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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, JEROME POWELL

BLOOMBERG:  The Magic of a Full-Employment Economy

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is nobody’s idea of a radical. But in his speech last week to the Economic Club of New York, he articulated an idea that upends generations of conventional wisdom and sets the stage not only for the Fed’s approach to the current economic crisis but also for President Joe Biden’s.

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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, JEROME POWELL

CNBC  Treasury yields fall slightly following Fed Chair Powell’s comments on employment

Fed Chair Jerome Powell told the Economic Club of New York on Wednesday that the U.S. is “a long way” from where it needs to be in terms of employment.

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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, JEROME POWELL

MARKET WATCH:  The Nasdaq Composite COMP, -0.05% fell 0.3% to 13,973. Powell said he was committed getting Americans back to work, in remarks made to the Economic Club of New York. Shares of Coca-Cola Co. KO, 1.72% fell slightly after delivering earnings and revenue Wednesday morning that topped Wall Street expectations.

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PRESIDENT AND CEO OF NASDAQ, ADENA FRIEDMAN

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Nasdaq CEO Sees No Signs Of SPAC Slowdown in 2021 as Market Keeps Democratizing 

Speaking before a (remote) assembly of the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday, the CEO of the second-largest stock exchange in the U.S., Nasdaq's  Adena Friedman said that an upswell of companies coming to market through special purpose acquistion companies (SPACs) rather than through traditional public offerings (IPOs) shows no sign of slowing in 2021.


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President of Stanford University, Marc Tessier-Lavigne

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Join us for a timely conversation with Stanford University President and pioneering neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne on how the pandemic has catalyzed change for universities and where higher education needs to go from here.

Fiscal Resiliency in a Deeply Uncertain World - Peter Orszag, Robert Rubin, Joseph Stiglitz

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The Economic Club of New York is honored to welcome Peter Orszag, Robert Rubin and Joseph Stiglitz to discuss their Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief, "Fiscal Resiliency in a Deeply Uncertain World."

Chairman of the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Jerome Powell

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Chairman Powell is back to shares his outlook on the economy.

President and CEO of Nasdaq, Adena Friedman

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Adena Friedman will address our Members and their guests in a conversation with ECNY Chair, John Williams. Adena is the President and CEO and will share how Nasdaq has navigated the pandemic, the future of SPACs, cybersecurity and more.

HARVARD PROFESSORS, LAWRENCE SUMMERS AND JASON FURMAN

FORTUNE: Do government deficits matter?

Does it matter? Old-time Cassandras, myself included, used to argue that big deficits would “crowd out” private investment, soak up savings, and push up interest rates. But today, interest rates are effectively zero—and financial markets seem to believe they will stay that way for decades. Government debt has passed the pull-your-hair-out benchmark of 100% of GDP, but low rates have kept debt service comfortably below 2% of GDP. As former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers told the Economic Club of New York yesterday, the government, if it wanted to, could lock in low interest rates for the foreseeable future with 30-year debt.

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Harvard Professors, Lawrence Summers and Jason Furman

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Larry Summers and Jason Furman discuss insights from their recent paper titled: A Reconsideration of Fiscal Policy in the Era of Low Interest Rates.

Executive Chairman of IBM, Ginni Rometty

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Ginni Rometty and Charles Phillips discuss their work with OneTen. OneTen is a coalition of leading executives who are coming together to upskill, hire and advance one million Black Americans over the next 10 years into family-sustaining jobs with opportunities for advancement.

Founder of the Kasparov Chess Foundation, Garry Kasparov

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

As a world chess champion, Garry Kasparov applies his analytical vision to the big picture of politics, technology, justice, media, the economy, and how it all comes together in a radically changed world.

Editor and Publisher, Charlie Cook

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In-depth conversation with Founder of The Cook Political Report and NBC News Political Analyst Charlie Cook about the implications of the outcome of the Senate election in Georgia.

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