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Federal Open Market Committee Meeting Minutes, Transcripts, and Other Documents

1933-2017


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A summary of the various reports from the Federal Open Market Committee since its establishment in 1935 is available at the FOMC website.

For more information on the FOMC Meeting Minutes, when and how minutes are published and what information is available, please see "Background on the FOMC Meeting Minutes" from the Spring 2005 Federal Reserve Bulletin.

Greenbook data sets are available from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

For more information on how to read a FOMC statement, see this Feducation Video from the St. Louis Fed. https://www.stlouisfed.org/education/feducation-video-series/episode-4-understanding-an-fomc-statement

Preceding each FOMC meeting, the FOMC Secretariat distributes to the Committee memos covering a range of subjects. A selection of these memos has been released by the FOMC in response to FOIA requests. Unless a memo explicitly states that it is related to a particular meeting, memos are associated to the next regularly scheduled meeting.

1933-2017

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Open Market Investment Committee for the Federal Reserve System , Open Market Policy Conference for the Federal Reserve System and United States. Federal Open Market Committee. Federal Open Market Committee Meeting Minutes, Transcripts, and Other Documents. 1933-2017. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/677, accessed on February 24, 2017.

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