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New Fed Chairman Will Inherit A Bias Toward Tighter Monetary Policy

In the latest edition of Take 5 with Bill Emmons, Dr. Emmons discusses the outcome of the Oct. 31- Nov. 1 meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). He also addresses the recent nomination of Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell to succeed Janet Yellen as Chair of the Federal Reserve when her term as Chair expires in February 2018. 

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Reducing the Fed's Portfolio: A Long Journey that Begins with a Very Small Step

This "Take Five" video provides an overview of the September 19-20 FOMC meeting from Dr. Bill Emmons, Assistant Vice President, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Bill discusses the FOMC’s policy statement, changes in FOMC composition, future fed-funds rate and offers additional thoughts on implications for banks

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As the Fed Tightens, Markets Frighten

This "Take Five" video provides an overview of the June 13-14 FOMC meeting from Dr. Bill Emmons, Assistant Vice President, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Bill discusses the FOMC’s policy statement and offers additional thoughts on what those decisions might mean for banks.

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Despite Soft Data, Fed Signals “Full Speed Ahead”

This "Take Five" video is part of a new series providing an overview of FOMC Policy Statements from Dr. Bill Emmons, Assistant Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Bill reacts to the FOMC’s policy statements and offers additional thoughts on what those decisions might mean for banks.

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