Fed Faces Calls to Remove Officials Over Trades They Made While Setting Policy

Two advocacy groups said two senior Federal Reserve officials who traded stocks and other investments while setting monetary policy should lose their jobs, while a former senior Fed adviser said one of the men should be fired and the other should take leave pending an investigation. 

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan Federal Reserve Bank of Boston leader Eric Rosengrenactively traded in markets in 2020, a year dominated by major Fed interventions to help save the economy during the coronavirus pandemic, according to financial disclosure forms recently made available by their banks. The Fed said after the disclosures it would review its rules around trading rules by officials.