DIARY-Top Economic Events to March 29

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Major central bank events ** This Diary is filed daily ** --------------------------------------------------------------- THURSDAY, MARCH 17 STOCKHOLM - Sweden's Riksbank Deputy Governor Martin Floden takes part in a panel on household indebtedness in connection with the presentation by the European Commission of its Country Report for Sweden - 0745 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan to publish the minutes of its January policy meeting - 2350 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank General Council meeting. BRUSSELS - European Council summit (to March 18). LONDON - Bank of England interest rate decision - 1200 GMT. OSLO - Norway central bank interest rate decision and monetary policy report - 0900 GMT. BERNE - State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) releases economic forecasts - 0645 GMT. BERNE - Swiss National Bank monetary policy assessment - 0830 GMT. SYDNEY - Luci Ellis, head of Reserve Bank of Australia's Financial Stability Department, speaks at the Financial Risk Day 2016 conference - 2230 GMT. QUEBEC - Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao is expected to present a balanced budget as Canada's mostly French-language province continues its debt-fighting efforts. FRIDAY, MARCH 18 NEW YORK - Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley gives welcome and opening remarks before a conference on "Supervising Large, Complex Financial Institutions: Defining Objectives and Measuring Effectiveness" hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York - 1300 GMT. NEW YORK - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren participates in a conference on "Defining the Objectives and Goals of Supervision" panel before the "Supervising Large, Complex Financial Institutions: Defining Objectives and Measuring Effectiveness" hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York - 1500 GMT. FRANKFURT, Germany - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard speaks on the U.S. economy and monetary policy before the Ninth Conference of the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Euro Area Business Cycle Network, European Central Bank, U.S. Federal Reserve Board and the Georgetown University Center for Economic Research - 1900 GMT. LONDON - Paul Fisher, Bank of England's executive director for Supervisory Risk and Regulatory Operations, will be a panelist at the Institute for Public Policy Research "The Path from Paris" conference - 1030 GMT. NEW YORK - Bank of England Deputy Governor Andrew Bailey speaks at the Annual Federal Reserve Bank of New York Conference - 1600 GMT. BRUSSELS - German Marshall Fund's Brussels Forum (to Mar. 20). Speakers: European Parliament President Martin Schulz, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble and National Bank of Greece Governor Louka Katseli. STOCKHOLM - Sweden's Riksbank Deputy Governor Henry Ohlsson talks about low interest rates over a long period of time, reasons and consequences, at a breakfast seminar - 0700 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Meeting of the executive board of Riksbank.

MONDAY, MARCH 21 SAVANNAH, United States - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart speaks on the economic outlook and monetary policy before the Rotary Club of Savannah - 1640 GMT. PARIS - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker participates in "Session 1: Central Bankers Outlook" before the Global Interdependence Center conference, "Inflation Expectations, Implications and Policy Response in a New Paradigm for Commodities" - 0745 GMT. LONDON - European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio at the European Capital Markets conference "Expanding market-based finance for sustainable growth" organised by Chatham House in London - 0930 GMT. HELSINKI - Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen to hold a news conference on monetary policy and global economy - 0900 GMT. SYDNEY - Masatsugu Asakawa, Japan's vice minister for international affairs in ministry of finance, speaks on "Abenomics and the Japanese Economy" at the Australia, Japan and International Economic Outlook Seminar - 0415 GMT.   Continuación...