A quick example:
BTW the transcript is also available for those who would prefer to read the interview.
"Knowledge@Wharton: After 17 consecutive interest rate hikes, the Federal Reserve decided on August 8 not to raise the federal funds rate. Joining us to discuss this recent decision is Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance at the Wharton School. Professor Siegel, thank you so much for joining us here.
After two years, the Federal Reserve Committee has decided, in a 9-to-1 vote, to leave the Federal funds rate unchanged at 5.25%. In your estimation, was that a prudent decision?Siegel: Yes. That was the right decision. After last Friday's employment report showed considerable softness, the market moved to the expectation that the Fed would pause. It's very important in central banking that you meet the expectation of the market. "