Statements and Speeches of Thomas C. Melzer

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Thomas C. Melzer served as President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from June 1, 1985, to January 31, 1998.

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1985 to 1998

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Melzer, Thomas C., ([year]), Statements and Speeches of Thomas C. Melzer, [issue title/date], accessed Jul 25, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=484

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

  • January 3, 1991 - Is the Fed losing its influence? (730.4K)
    Remarks before the Southeast Rotary Club of Springfield, Missouri. Identically titled speech with similar content was delivered on November 21, 1990. See also "Has the Fed lost its influence?" delivered June 7, 1990, & September 25, 1990.

1992

  • January 21, 1992 - Monetary policymaking: Are we making it more difficult than it ought to be? (556.6K)
    Notes for speeches of similar content delivered through out 1992:
    January 21: Evansville Rotary Club, Evansville, Indiana
    January 30: AAIM Management Association Breakfast Meeting
    February 20: Kentuckiana Chapter of the Bank Administration Institute, Louisville, Kentucky
    March 20: Executive MBA Distinguished Speaker Series, Washington University, St. Louis
    May 28: FDIC Memphis Regional Training Conference, St. Louis
    September 15: The Old Guard of Summit Brayton School, New Jersey
    November 24: Clayton Rotary Club, St. Louis
    December 4: Seminar, College of Business Administration, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

1993

1994

  • April 9, 1994 - How the Fed promotes economic growth (728.4K)
    Remarks given during the Money Talks Symposium, the annual meeting of the Kentucky and Indiana Chapter of the International Association of Financial Planners (IAFP) held in Louisville, Kentucky. An identically titled speech with similar content was delivered on February 22, 1994.

1995

1996

  • June 27, 1996 - The FOMC (1.0M)
    Slides for a presentation as part of Making sense of Money and Banking, a course for teachers sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1997

1998