During his time as Fed governor, chair-designate Jerome Powell has outlined his views on a host of bank regulatory matters, including the need for regulatory relief, the push for housing finance reform, blockchain and much more.
If President Trump picks Federal Reserve Board Gov. Jerome Powell as its next chair, it may represent the best of all worlds for bankers — a policymaker who will continue the central bank's monetary policy but be open to regulatory changes.
The Federal Reserve can be patient in setting monetary policy and the current rate may be the right level for the forecast horizon, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said Friday.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen called the Treasury's report a "complicated document" that shared many of the central bank's objectives, including reducing regulatory burden without sacrificing safety and soundness.