Jackson Hole Annual Economic Symposium

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The Jackson Hole Economic Symposium is an annual conference held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The conference brings together central bankers, policymakers, academics, and financial market participants from around the world to discuss important economic issues and challenges facing the global economy.

The symposium typically lasts for three days and features a series of speeches, presentations, and panel discussions on topics related to the economy, monetary policy, and financial markets. The conference is known for its keynote address by the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, which often provides insights into the central bank's thinking on monetary policy and the outlook for the economy.

The Jackson Hole Economic Symposium is closely watched by analysts and investors, as the conference can provide important clues about the future direction of monetary policy and the state of the global economy. The conference has been held annually since 1982 and has become one of the most important events on the global economic calendar.

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