Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discusses long-term monetary policy and early childhood education as a foundation for an agile and adaptable workforce.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker appeared November 12, 2015, on the CNBC "Squawk Box" program in a broadcast from New York.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker was interviewed October 14, 2015, on Fox Business Network by correspondent Peter Barnes.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker was interviewed by John McDermott, business editor of The Post and Courier, in Charleston, South Carolina, on April 15, 2015.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker joined Carolina Business Review’s host Chris William and several Carolina CEOs for a discussion on the economic outlook for 2015.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker was interviewed by Reuters reporters in Washington, D.C., on January 12, 2015.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker appeared on the Fox News program, “Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo,” on November 2, 2014.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker appeared on the Bloomberg Radio program, "The Bloomberg Advantage," on October 31, 2014, interviewed by Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker and Research Director John A. Weinberg discuss their perspectives on monetary policy independence and related issues in an op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal. (Article requires a subscription to The Wall Street Journal.)
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker’s interview with The Washington Post featured on the newspaper’s Wonkblog page.
Richmond Fed President discusses setting rules for monetary policy, the outlook for inflation and the Fed's likely response.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker talks with CNBC’s Steve Liesman at the Hoover Institution’s Central Banking Conference.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discussed economics and monetary policy issues with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene during the Council for Economic Education’s economic summit on March 4, 2014.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker was guest host of CNBC's "Squawk Box" program to discuss the Federal Reserve Centennial.
In an interview with the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s John Reid Blackwell, Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discussed his role as a central banker, his perspectives on such issues as “too big to fail” and Fed history.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker met with WirtschaftsWoche’s Angela Hennersdorf and discussed monetary policy and banking regulation.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker appeared on Bloomberg's 'Capitol Gains' where he talked about "too big to fail" banks.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker met with Bloomberg's Peter Cook to talk about economic conditions and financial regulation.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey M. Lacker will discuss issues related to financial stability, including living wills, “too big to fail” and the use of bankruptcy law in resolving the failing of large financial firms.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discussed Virginian Carter Glass’ role in the development of the Federal Reserve System. A Democrat, Glass served in Congress and later as Secretary of the Treasury.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker was interviewed on CNBC's "Squawk Box" program at the Bank's 2013 Credit Markets Symposium in Charlotte, N.C.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans offered their contrasting monetary policy perspectives during a discussion titled “Monetary Policy: Opportunities and Limits.” Former Richmond Fed President Al Broaddus moderated the April 2 discussion, which was sponsored by Virginia Commonwealth University.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker took part in a panel discussion, “Help or Harm: Central Bank Monetary Policies at the Outer Limits,” at the National Association for Business Economics 2013 Economic Policy Conference on March 5 in Washington, D.C.
Richmond Fed president, Jeffrey M. Lacker, will discuss his monetary policy perspectives and the national economy with CNBC's Steve Liesman, live from Charlotte, N.C. at 10:30 a.m.
Jeffrey Lacker, Richmond Fed president, discusses the national and state economy with Bray Cary, host of The State Journal's Decision Makers news show in West Virginia.
Lacker discusses his dissent at the September meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee with National Public Radio's Guy Raz.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker and veteran interviewer Charlie Rose discuss the economy, monetary policy, financial regulation and the news of the day.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker and Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays of "The Hays Advantage" discuss the latest on the economy, monetary policy and financial regulation.
Jeffrey Lacker and anchor Peter Barnes of the Fox Business Network discussed recent monetary policy actions, the economy, and banking and financial regulation.
Jeffrey M. Lacker and Gary H. Stern, former president of the Minneapolis Fed, co-author Wall Street Journal op-ed on "living wills" for distressed financial institutions.
Jeff Lacker was interviewed on Bloomberg's "Street Smart" by business anchor Trish Regan. During the interview, Lacker discussed his views on the economy, monetary policy and financial regulation.
Jeff Lacker joined CNBC's Steve Liesman and the Squawk Box crew for an in-depth discussion on the economy, monetary policymaking, banking and financial regulation, and breaking financial news.
Jeff Lacker discusses monetary policy and the economy with CNN’s Maggie Lake.
Bank President Jeff Lacker is interviewed by Virginia Business Reporter Robert Powell.
Bank President Jeff Lacker is Interviewed by Financial Times’ Reporter Robin Harding.
Bank President Jeff Lacker recently talked with MarketNews International’s Steve Beckner.
President Jeff Lacker and CNBC's Steve Liesman discussed the jobs report, the economy, banking and the financial safety net.
Lacker discusses economic and monetary policy issues with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Bank President Jeff Lacker sat down with Dow Jones reporter Meena Thiruvengadam to discuss the state of the economy and bank lending.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discusses financial regulation issues, the U.S. economy and monetary policy during an interview with Bloomberg Television.
President Jeff Lacker discussed the role of the Richmond Fed, the state of the economy and financial regulation with Bray Cary of Decision Makers.
Bank President Jeff Lacker fields questions from CNBC senior economics reporter Steve Liesman and Street Signs anchor Erin Burnett live from the Richmond Fed's Credit Market Symposium in Charlotte, N.C.
President Jeff Lacker discussed the state of the economy, banking and Federal Reserve monetary policy with CNBC senior economics reporter, Steve Liesman.
President Jeff Lacker was a guest on Bloomberg television's "Money and Politics" program, where he discussed the U.S. economy and Federal Reserve monetary policy.
President Jeff Lacker was a guest on CNBC's Closing Bell. His interview with anchor Maria Bartiromo was aired live from at CNBC's studio at the New York Stock Exchange. Lacker discussed financial regulatory reform and the economy.
President Jeff Lacker spoke on, "The Economy: What's Next?" at the Eyes on Richmond forum series at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Oct. 9.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker was interviewed by the Bloomberg news service on Oct. 1, 2009. Lacker discussed current topics in the financial industry and the Fed’s recent policy actions. The interview with Bloomberg is available online.
President Jeff Lacker discussed the work of the Federal Reserve and the North Carolina economy during an interview with UNC-TV reporter Estzer Vajda. The interview follwed Lacker's speech before North Carolina lawmakers and aired on UNC-TV's Legislative Week in Review.
President Jeff Lacker appeared on CNBC television, discussing central bank independence, monetary policy and what he sees ahead for the economy.
Richmond Fed Director Kelly King and Carolina Business Review Anchor Chris Williams discuss banking and the TARP program. King is CEO of BB&T Corporation in Winston-Salam, N.C.
Lacker was asked about a range of issues, including inflation and monetary policy, the FOMC and mortgage foreclosures.