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WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard speaks on the U.S. economic outlook and monetary policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies - 1400 GMT. SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia holds interest rate meeting - 0430 GMT. PARIS - Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Forum 2015 (to June 3). PARIS - European Central Bank board member Daniele Nouy speaks at the panel discussion “Unlocking investment” at OECD Forum 2015 “Investing in the Future: People, Planet, Prosperity” - 0815 GMT.
ST. LOUIS - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard gives welcoming remarks at the Homer Jones Memorial Lecture titled “Fear of Liftoff: Uncertainty, Rules and Discretion in Monetary Policy Normalization” - 2000 GMT. JAKARTA - Germany’s Bundesbank board member Andreas Dombret to speak on “The current situation in the euro area - where do we stand?” - 0900 GMT. LUXEMBOURG - Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna speaks at the Luxembourg Renminbi Forum. CAPE TOWN - World Economic Forum on Africa 2015 (to June 5). LONDON - Bank of England holds monetary policy committee meeting (to June 4). CHICAGO - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans speaks before the Chicago banking symposium - 1815 GMT. WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book of economic condition - 1800 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Sweden’s Riksbank publishes its biannual Financial Stability Report, followed by press conference with Governor Stefan Ingves and Financial Stability Department head Kasper Roszbach - 0900 GMT FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Governing Council meeting, followed by interest rate announcement and news conference - 1145 GMT. PARIS - Launch of preliminary version of OECD Economic Outlook 2015. MIE, Japan - Bank of Japan board member Sayuri Shirai speaks at a meeting with business leaders.
THURSDAY, JUNE 4 NEW YORK- Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo takes part in panel discussion of “The economy and financial regulation” at the 2015 Institute of International Finance North America Summit - 1600 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks on monetary policy at the central bank’s conference - 0000 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England announces rate decision - 1100 GMT. HELSINKI - European Central Bank/Bank of Finland conference entitled “Getting the balance right: innovation, trust and regulation in retail payments” (to June 5). Speakers:- ECB council member Yves Mersch, Central Bank of Mexico General Director Lorenza Martinez Trigueros, Reserve Bank of Australia Payments Policy Department Head Tony Richards and ECB council member Erkki Liikanen. HELSINKI - European Central Bank council member Yves Mersch will give introductory speech and participate in a panel discussion at the Joint ECB/Suomen Pankki Conference “Getting the balance right: innovation, trust and regulation in retail payments” - 0600 GMT.
MINNEAPOLIS - Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley speaks before the Economic Club of Minnesota June Luncheon - 1630 GMT. FRANKFURT - Germany’s Bundesbank releases its semi-annual forecasts. PARIS - 7th International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean. Speakers:- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Secretary-General Angel Gurria, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin, Colombia Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas, Haiti Finance Minister Wilson Laleau, Peru Finance Minister Alonso Arturo Segura Vasi and Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solis.
MONDAY, JUNE 8 MONTREAL, Canada - The International Economic Forum of the Americas (to June 11). Bank of France Governor Christian Noyer, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development President Suma Chakrabarti, Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins, Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, Italy’s former Prime Minister Enrico Letta and World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer Bertrand Badre to attend. LISBON - Bank of Portugal to release the summer economic bulletin, which might contain updated projections for gross domestic product growth in 2015 and 2016. MONTREAL, Canada - Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins will speak as part of a panel at the Conference of Montreal - 2030 GMT.
HELSINKI - European Central Bank council member Erkki Liikanen to speak on monetary policy at a conference organized by Finland’s Financial Supervisory Authority - 0600 GMT. BRATISLAVA - National Bank of Slovakia Governor Jozef Makuch to hold a news conference on update of Slovak quarterly macroeconomic forecast - 1100 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 WASHINGTON - 2015 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development International Tax Conference in United States (to June 11). LONDON - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and UK Finance Minister George Osborne speak at the Mansion House event. REYKJAVIK - Iceland Central Bank announces interest rate decision. KOFU, Japan - Bank of Japan board member Takehiro Sato speaks at Kofu. PARIS - Launch of Economic Survey of New Zealand 2015. TALLINN - Estonia’s central bank to release its new macro economic forecasts. Central Bank Governor Ardo Hansson to speak.
THURSDAY, JUNE 11 WELLINGTON - Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces monetary policy statement and official cash rate. OTTAWA - Bank of Canada will release its financial system review, where it talks about the main risks to the economy - 1430 GMT. OTTAWA - Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz holds a news conference following the release of the financial system review - 1515 GMT.
MONDAY, JUNE 15 VIENNA - Austrian National Bank hosts conference on long-term perspectives for economic growth (to June 16).
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