Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Visits Campus
Michael Moskow (right), president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, is escorted
on campus by Illinois Wesleyan President Richard F. Wilson.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Michael Moskow, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank
of Chicago, visited Illinois Wesleyan's campus Tuesday, Aug. 22, for meetings with
local bankers and business, community and labor leaders.
Moskow came to Bloomington-Normal at the invitation of the McLean County Chamber of
Commerce, and spoke about the U.S. economic outlook at the Chamber's Economic Vision
Luncheon at the Interstate Center in Bloomington. Moskow's speech was covered by news
agencies including Bloomberg and Reuters, looking for hints about whether the Federal
Reserve Board may raise interest rates again.
Moskow's visit to the community also included tours of Bloomington and Normal downtowns,
and speaking with Illinois State and Illinois Wesleyan University business students