The old days of closed doors and cryptic speech are behind us. Central banks around the globe have decided that open communication is the future of monetary policy. In short, the most powerful institutions in the financial world have evolved, and the history, nature, and consequences of this development are essential for anyone in the space to understand.
Fortunately, Prattle founders Evan Schidman and William MacMillan have recently authored a book specifically built to help financial professionals grapple with this brave new world. Due for release on December 3rd, How The Fed Moves Markets chronicles the rise of central banking in America and around the world, revealing the key events that have led to the adoption of open communication as the essential manifestation of modern monetary policy.
To create a lively forum for these vital topics, Evan and Bill will be touring the country discussing the book, macroeconomics, and Prattle’s technology through the close of the year and throughout 2016. If you’re interested in attending, Prattle’s blog, Twitter page, and LinkenIn page will be your best means of staying informed.
Here are a few upcoming dates to keep in mind:
December 15 – Prattle technology demo at the Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence conference at the University of Toronto.
December 17 – Prattle concept and technology presentation at the Boston New Tech Meetup.
January 5, 2016 – Prattle concept and technology presentation at the Boston TechBreakfast Meetup.