A flurry of Fedspeak starts with Boston hawk Rosengren
A flurry of Fedspeak starts with Boston hawk Rosengren who will be speaking at a Greater Boston Chamber Economic Outlook breakfast from 7:30 ET. St. Louis Fed dove Bullard will be discussing "Living Standards Across U.S. Metropolitan Statistical Areas" from 9 ET. And Dallas Fed hawk Kaplan takes part in a moderated Q&A session from 13 ET. Note, after the close Minneapolis Fed's Kashkari said on trade: "I've seen that basically China does whatever China wants to do. I'm sympathetic with the need to find some way of pushing them to open their markets to U.S. businesses and that's what I think is motivating the current dialogue with China and the current discussion of tariffs. Analysts do need to find a way to level the playing field, but it's very hard to game out where this ends up."