Federal Reserve podcasts are valuable resources for learning more about the work the Federal Reserve Banks do. Listeners can get a deeper dive on insights and analysis about the economy, Federal Reserve events, financial education and more. Let your curiosity roam as you browse podcasts from around the Federal Reserve System.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Boston||The Boston Fed’s podcast, Six Hundred Atlantic (Off-site), explores trends, challenges and insights uncovered by their economists, researchers and analysts. Check out their latest episode (Off-site) to learn more about inflation and the ways it can be affected by how much attention people pay it.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of New York||Bank Notes (Off-site) is a podcast that dives into insights and analysis from the New York Fed. The latest season is called “Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making” and has eight episodes each featuring a person with a unique experience to better help listeners understand behaviors and decision-making.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond||With over 60 episodes, the Richmond Fed’s Speaking of the Economy (Off-site) podcast explores topics such as access to credit, workforce development and rural entrepreneurship.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta||Check out the Atlanta Fed’s monthly podcast Economy Matters (Off-site), which accompanies their Economy Matters online magazine (Off-site). This podcast discusses economic research, bank supervision and regulation and the payments system.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago||Explore new research and hear discussions from the Financial Markets Group at the Chicago Fed in their podcast LaSalle Street (Off-site). Topics discussed in this podcast include central clearing, trade execution, financial technology and systemic stability.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis||The St. Louis Fed offers three unique podcasts: Women in Economics (Off-site) which highlights women who have built careers as prominent economists; Economic Lowdown (Off-site) covers topics in economics, banking and monetary policy for high school and college students, and also offers resources for teachers to use these podcasts in the classroom; and Timely Topics (Off-site) which explores research and economics-related topics in the news, such as economic equity, supply chain issues and inflation.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City||The Ten Talk (Off-site) podcast explores the Kansas City Fed’s research, presented in their economists’ own words.|
|Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco||The San Francisco Fed offers several podcasts. Their latest podcast, Pacific Exchanges (Off-site) features interviews with experts in economics and finance exploring worldwide trends, such as financial technology and financial inclusion. Zip Code Economies (Off-site) shares the stories of people navigating the unique economic situations in their communities. Twice Around (Off-site) focuses on myth busting and gives insight and advice about achieving the American dream. The Access (Off-site) podcast spotlights community voices to showcase program models that are helping create economic security and mobility for underserved populations.|
The views expressed in the above podcasts are the speakers’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Reserve System.