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Dallas Fed Events

Find upcoming and past Dallas Fed events.
  • Economic Education Events

    U.S.–Mexico Border Connections

    This full-day program in El Paso analyzed various cross-border economic issues including the energy trade, investment and migration flows, and the U.S.–Mexico economic relationship.

    El Paso
  • Economic Education Events

    Industry, Economy and You

    This full-day program in San Antonio analyzed regional economic issues including inflation, trade, housing bubbles and workforce development.

    San Antonio
  • Research Events

    Panel Discussion: Monetary Policy at a Crossroads

    This panel will explore the lessons learned by major central banks after reviewing their respective monetary policy frameworks, how monetary policy has been tested by the pandemic, and how policymakers see the postpandemic economy shifting and its potential impact on monetary policy going forward.

    Virtual
  • Research Events

    Energy and Inflation: Drivers and Solutions

    Bringing together leading thinkers and experts from the energy sector, along with economists and policymakers, this virtual symposium explored the factors influencing energy prices and ways to stabilize costs, particularly in the near term.

    Virtual
  • Research Events

    Energy and the Economy: A Community Town Hall

    Dallas Fed energy economists Lutz Kilian and Michael Plante discussed recent developments in energy markets in a virtual town hall.

    Virtual
  • Research Events

    Emerging Trends in Real Estate Markets Post-COVID

    Industry analysts, economists and experts discussed the latest trends affecting residential and commercial real estate at this virtual conference.

    Virtual
  • Community Development Events

    Fed Listens: Pandemic Recovery in Austin Communities

    The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas hosted a virtual community listening session to explore how workers, businesses and communities in the Austin area are navigating the economic recovery from COVID-19.

    Virtual
  • Research Events

    Texas Economic Outlook 2022

    Senior Economist Pia Orrenius delivers the Dallas Fed's forecast for Texas employment growth and shares more details on factors likely to influence Texas in 2022.

    Virtual
  • Selecting the Next Dallas Fed President: A Community Town Hall

    On Jan. 13, the Dallas Fed hosted a virtual town hall to discuss and answer questions about the presidential search process.

    Virtual
  • Community Development Events

    Toward an Inclusive Recovery: Increasing the Housing Security of Vulnerable Renters Through Rental Assistance

    This seminar, presented by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Philadelphia, is part of a Federal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series focused on supporting an inclusive recovery.
    November 17, 2021 | Virtual

    Virtual