DIARY-Top Economic Events to Dec 1

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 ATLANTA - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart speaks before the "Economic Outlook and Financial Impact 2016" event hosted by the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce - 1730 GMT. NEW YORK, United States - Federal Reserve Bank of New York releases its Household Debt and Credit Report for the third quarter of 2015 - 1600 GMT. SAN FRANCISCO - Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer speaks on "Emerging Asia in Transition," before the Asia Economic Policy Conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco - 2145 GMT. CANBERRA, Australia - Reserve Bank of Australia's head of economic analysis, Alex Heath, at a Resources and Energy Workshop hosted by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science - 2240 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan announces rate decision - 0200 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank will publish the minutes of October policy meeting - 1230 GMT. FRANKFURT - Germany's Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann delivers welcome remarks at a forum in Frankfurt - 0830 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Chief Economist Peter Praet speaks at an event for institutional investors as part of the Euro Finance Week - 0830 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure to speak at European Central Bank conference and policy workshop on "Debt overhang, macroeconomic adjustment and EMU economic governance: challenges ahead for the euro area" - 0830 GMT. FRANKFURT - Germany's Bundesbank Vice President Claudia Buch speaks about the relevance of Micro Data for Evidence-Based Policies - 1000 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Sweden's Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves gives a speech on "The housing market and household indebtedness from a central bank perspective" - 1205 GMT. MUNICH, Germany - Germany's Bundesbank board member Joachim Nagel speaks on changes of financial markets - 1700 GMT.   Continuación...