Call Today | Don Kohn Previews the FOMC Meeting -- 11:00 a.m. ET

Takeaway: Our colleagues at Potomac Research Group will be hosting a call with former Fed Vice Chairman Don Kohn Today, Thurs Jan 21st, at 11am ET.

Please see below for dial in details for a call that our colleagues at Potomac Research Group are holding with former Fed Vice Chairman Don Kohn on Jan. 21st.


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JT Taylor, Managing Director and Senior Analyst


Don Kohn Previews the FOMC Meeting

Thursday, January 21 at 11:00 a.m. ET


Please join us at 11am Today for a call with former Fed Vice Chairman Don Kohn on the January 26-27 FOMC meeting.  Don will offer his outlook on the labor market, manufacturing data, inflation, and other trends that will factor into the Fed's calculus as markets turn bearish.



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