NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Every year, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City hosts a meeting of the world’s top economic minds near the small Wyoming town of Jackson Hole.
The invitation-only meeting is usually a big deal, closely watched by investors, economists and journalists. Fed chairman Ben Bernanke has made market-moving statements there in the past. But those who have been to the Jackson Hole meeting before aren’t expecting much from Bernanke when he gives a speech on Friday. Read more