Kansas Fed’s Hoenig open to shorter lag in releasing FOMC transcripts

Thomas Hoenig

Thomas Hoenig, the president of the Kansas Federal Reserve, has said he is open to the idea of reducing the lag with which transcripts of the Federal Reserve's rate-setting meetings are published.

Representatives from the Kansas Fed confirmed to CentralBanking.com on Friday that in a Thursday meeting with Darrell Issa, a Republican congressman, Hoenig said he "did not see it as inherently wrong" to reduce the wait before transcripts are published. At present, full transcripts of the Federal Open

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