31 May 2023 to 01 June 2023 @ United States
Date: May 31st - June 1st
Format: In person & Virtual
Time: All day
Amid a macroeconomic backdrop of high inflation, interest rate hikes and weak growth across developed and emerging markets, the monetary policy outlook for the US Federal Reserve and global central banks remains uncertain.
In this new paradigm, what does the future hold for the Fed’s move to accelerate quantitative tightening and reduce the size of its balance sheet? Is it time for major economies to revisit their 2% inflation targets? Should global central banks adopt the Fed’s dual mandate? What role is the digital dollar set to play in the US payments system?
Held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, OMFIF is convening a series of expert panels with key policy-makers, regulators and public and private sector investors to discuss these questions and chart the course of US and global monetary policy.
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