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Intervention from Williams comes as Yellen says failure to increase borrowing limit would be ‘catastrophic’
John Williams urges ‘patient’ approach to tightening policy further by raising rates
Equities across Europe and Asia-Pacific rally as investors are reassured by signals from policymakers
Hear from John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in his #FTGlobalBoardroom interview with Gillian Tett
Central banker says banks should resist ‘sticking their metaphorical heads in the sand’
Willingness and preparedness in responding to situation called into question
Bank comments after John Williams’ remarks stoke expectations of aggressive rate cut
NY Fed president John Williams says undershoot will undermine confidence of the public
John Williams cites federal government impasse as drag on the economy
John Williams attempts to soothe frayed investor nerves over economic outlook
Current director of research is specialist in wage dynamics and economic inequality
Bank chief says bankers need to be vigilant at a time when profits are rising
Decision suggests central bank has prioritised economics expertise over diversity
Mooted elevation of John Williams from San Francisco Fed to NY role runs into controversy
John Williams at NY Fed and Richard Clarida as vice-chair would do little for diversity
New central bank head tested after he makes pledge to maintain stability
Bank’s San Francisco chief would ‘welcome’ opportunity to serve under Jay Powell
San Francisco’s Fed chief would ‘welcome’ opportunity to serve as number two under Jay Powell.
Policymaker joins ranks of those calling for look at tools to fight next recession
San Francisco bank president warns against reacting to ‘one or two months’ of weak data