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That may be a sign of worry about future growth.feedback
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Oct 18 2017
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May 31 2017 - Immigration

On the margin - and it's too soon for the data to pick it up, but you hear it anecdotally - I believe we are going to see it, I believe those people are more likely to save than to spend. And those two effects have some muting effect on consumer spending and therefore GDP growth.feedback

May 30 2017

Two things drive GDP: growth in the labor force and growth in productivity.feedback

May 30 2017

I think that removal of accommodation should be done gradually and patiently.feedback

May 25 2017 - Mexico

I am hopeful these agreements will be addressed in a constructive way.feedback

May 24 2017

I intend to be patient in critically assessing upcoming data to evaluate whether we are continuing to make progress in reaching our inflation objective.feedback

Apr 19 2017 - EPA

They made pleas for assistance, for help. You really could have heard a pin drop in that room.feedback

Apr 12 2017

My view is we could start that process as soon as later this year. We are not at full employment but we are getting there.feedback

Mar 22 2017

I think we are moving toward a period where we should begin allowing the balance sheet to gradually and patiently run off. But I think we have work to do, probably, to get to that point.feedback

Mar 22 2017

Now that we've done it, I think that we've got the benefit of a little time here to see how the economy unfolds. I plan to take advantage of that to assess how the economy is unfolding and be prepared to make a judgment as we head toward the next meetings. We are still accommodative and I think it's very appropriate for us to be accommodative.feedback

Mar 22 2017

That for me means gradually.feedback

Mar 02 2017

I believe the economy is strong enough that we can manage it. We should begin the process sooner so we can ensure that it is gradual and patient.feedback

Feb 28 2017

I actually think we're now much closer to meeting our employment and inflation objectives. Once you've decided that, you need to take advantage of those windows when they present themselves. I don't think the exact timing is the most important thing. I think the path of rates is. In that regard I think the market is probably in the neighborhood of where we're heading.feedback

Feb 28 2017

We'll have to get a little further along then we should let the balance sheet run off in a ... gradual way, for me in a way that doesn't unduly affect the markets.feedback

Jan 06 2017

We should be removing accommodation in 2017. I think we can do it gradually and patiently.feedback

Dec 01 2016

We are at a point that we ought to, in the near future, remove some amount of accommodation.feedback

Nov 18 2016

I still feel that way heading into December.feedback

Sep 22 2016

We don't think the economy is overheating. We are not as accommodative as people would think.feedback

Sep 10 2016

What we are hearing on trade and immigration may be pushing the other way.feedback

Sep 10 2016

The first thing the president's got to do is focus on policies to grow the workforce. That doesn't necessarily mean immigration, it could, but it could also mean vocational training.feedback

Sep 09 2016

On balance I don't see that the economy is overheating here.feedback

Sep 09 2016

I think we are just going to have to debate this out over the next few months as to what the appropriate next steps are.feedback

Sep 09 2016

The Fed can afford to be patient and deliberate in its actions.feedback

Aug 02 2016

He continues to back tightening monetary policy in a gradual and patient manner. It's going to take many years and maybe decades for China to manage through overcapacity and high levels of debt to GDP. I think sudden jarring traumas ... may make that adjustment more challenging.feedback

Jun 24 2016

More integration between countries globally ... tends to on balance improve global growth... So the reason I'm focused particularly on Brexit is ... first there's the financial impact, (then) there's the economic impact which would take years to unfold.feedback

Jun 24 2016

I'm hopeful that there will be actions taken by governments that will improve growth prospects, not diminish them.feedback

Jun 24 2016

At this point, I'm certainly not in a position to be advocating for further action here. I'm basically in a position where I want to look at more information... The key here is patience.feedback

Jun 24 2016

In light of what's happened in the last few months ... I'm in a position where I want to show more patience and see more information.feedback

Jun 23 2016

If we are going to generate higher sustainable rates of GDP growth and address key secular issues, there needs to be policy action beyond monetary policy.feedback

Apr 29 2016

If the second-quarter data is firming you will see me advocating in the not too distant future that we try to take the next step. We will see what meeting, whether that means June or July or what else. I'd like to see it happen.feedback

Apr 29 2016

I will also advocate that we take these steps in a gradual and patient manner.feedback

Mar 03 2016

Nationwide, the data that we look at suggests the consumer is in pretty good shape.feedback

Mar 03 2016

While I believe that excessive accommodation carries a cost in terms of distortions and imbalances in hiring, asset allocation and investment decisions, I also believe that, at this juncture, the Fed needs to show patience in decisions to remove accommodation". the U.S. central bank should be patient in removing accommodations and should avoid a predetermined policy path.feedback

Jan 29 2016

When you put all that together I think there is good reason to be patient (and) take more time to assess the impact on the U.S. economy.feedback

Jan 29 2016

It's unusual for them in my experience to appear as clumsy as they were over the last six weeks and that clumsiness has jarred people. China was unlikely to "melt down" in part because of its substantial dollar reserves.feedback

Jan 29 2016

It's not going to be any steeper.feedback

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