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Overview The money market is the first step in the transmission of monetary policy and a key source of information on expectations about monetary policy. The scope of this workshop is to discuss a selected number of research papers focusing on interactions between money markets, financial markets and monetary policy in the United States and in the euro area.
Program Organizers Ignazio Angeloni (European Central Bank) Leonardo Bartolini (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) Marvin Goodfriend (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)