Fed’s Jackson Hole conference hit by temporary venue closure

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The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s annual Jackson Hole Conference may be disrupted by the coronavirus, the reserve bank said.

The Wyoming-based economic symposium is one of the biggest calendar days of the year for central bankers around the world and has been running for over four decades. But the venue that has hosted the event since 1980 – the Jackson Lake Lodge conference centre – has recently announced that it will be closed this year due to the coronavirus.

The reserve bank said

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