DIARY-Top Economic Events to Feb 10

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 HELSINKI - OECD to publish its economic survey of recession-hit Finland in a press conference with Finnish finance minister Alexander Stubb - 0830 GMT. VIENNA - Austrian National Bank Governor Ewald Nowotny speaks at a book launch linked to the Austrian National Bank's 200th anniversary - 1630 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan's Monetary Policy Meeting (to Jan. 29). BONN, Germany - German Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann to speak at the Internationaler Club La Redoute - 1800 GMT. BRATISLAVA - National Bank of Slovakia Governor Jozef Makuch participates in economic conference "Economic development of the Slovak economy expected in 2016", with presentation: The forecast of economic developments SR in 2016 from the perspective of National Bank of Slovakia - 0830 GMT. BRUSSELS - Former National Bank of Belgium Governor Luc Coene speaks at the event 'Impact of regulatory and supervisory reform on the banking sector' organised by Bruegel - 1430 GMT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 STOCKHOLM - Sweden's Riksbank First Deputy Governor Af Jochnick to deliver speech on "Experiences of the Riksbank's unconventional monetary policy and the way forward". SAN FRANCISCO - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams participates in panel before the Commonwealth Club, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Walter E. Hoadley Annual Economic Forecast event - 2030 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan announces rate decision and release of quarterly GDP/CPI inflation forecasts - 0200 GMT. PRAGUE - European Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis, Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir, Czech central bank governor Miroslav Singer and others attend a conference on euro adoption organised by the Czech government's EU department - 0830 GMT.   Continuación...