Outlook for the US and global economy

New York
Wednesday 15 April 2020

As the US economy responds to global events, the Federal Reserve is seeking to adjust monetary policy for the years ahead. With the outlook presenting a mixed picture, policy normalisation and forward guidance have been revised numerous times, making future rate decisions harder to anticipate for market participants. Robert Kaplan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, discusses prospects for the US and global economies and implications for the Fed’s policy outlook.