Charles Plosser Speaks to BloombergVIDEO May 20, 2013
Charles Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, spoke to Manus Cranny of Bloomberg during GIC’s event in Milan, Italy on May 16. Watch clips from the interview below:
- Plosser: Is Monetary Policy Helping Real Economy?
- Plosser Says Fed Should Exit Mortgage-Backed Assets
- Plosser: Holding MBS Not Good for Fed
- Plosser: Have to be Conscious of Rate Policy Risks
- Plosser: Unsure of Fed’s Unemployment Rate Focus
Speaker / Author
Charles I. Plosser, Ph.D.
Dr. Charles Plosser was president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. In this role, he participated on the Federal Reserve System's Federal Open Market Committee, which is responsible for conducting our nation's monetary policy. He currently serves on the FINRA Board of Governors. Dr. Plosser joined the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank in 2006. During his term, he and his colleagues faced the challenges of a global financial crisis followed by a severe recession. The Federal Reserve took unprecedented actions, in both monetary policy and in its lending operations, that helped mitigate the effects of the financial crisis and ... Read More