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MONDAY, JUNE 13 SOPOT, Poland - 6th European Financial Congress (to June 15). MONTREAL - Canada’s Finance Minister Bill Morneau to meet press. Finance Minister Bill Morneau to scrum in Montreal following panel on ensuring retirement plans are stable despite low rates of return - 1900 GMT. BRUSSELS - Public hearing by European Central Bank Supervisory Board chair Daniele Nouy at the European Parliament Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs - 1300 GMT. FRANKFURT - Germany’s Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann speaks at the Cash Symposium 2016 in Frankfurt - 0700 GMT. BRATISLAVA - Italy’s Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan meets Slovak counterpart Peter Kazimir. SOPOT, Poland - Sweden Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves will participate in a debate on “The development of the financial sector and its effect on the economy” MONTREAL - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Secretary-General Angel Gurria will present the latest OECD Economic Survey of Canada with Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau during a press conference - 1400 GMT. The survey discusses how the Canadian economy is adjusting to the fall in commodity prices and assesses future growth and employment prospects as the economy shifts toward non-resource-based activity.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14 WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee holds two-day meeting on interest rates. Meeting is associated with a Summary of Economic Projections (to June 15). SANTANDER - Spain’s acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos to participate in economy conference - 1000 GMT. BRUSSELS - Economic Dialogue and exchange of views of European Parliament with Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem - 0700 GMT. BRUSSELS - European Parliament exchange of views with Jonathan Hill, European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union - 1300 GMT. SEVILLE, Spain - Bank of Spain Governor Luis Maria Linde will deliver the speech “Monetary policy in the major economies: challenges and opportunities” at the Foro de Dialogos Loyola organized by the Universidad Loyola Andalucia and CaixaBank - 1130 GMT. SOPOT, Poland - European Central Bank Executive Board Member Yves Mersch speaks at the “6th European Financial Congress” on “Grasping the new normal for the banking industry - a view from a European Central Banker” - 1600 GMT. TRONDHEIM - Norges Bank Governor Oystein Olsen gives a speech at the official event in Trondheim to mark the bank’s bicentenary - 1600 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee announces decision on interest rate, followed by statement - 1800 GMT. WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen holds a news conference on interest rates - 1830 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting (to June 16). FRANKFURT - Germany’s Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann speaks at the Joint Symposium of the Bundesbank and the Foundation Monetary Stability - 1400 GMT. COPENHAGEN - Danish central bank will issue new forecast for economic growth and hold a press conference - 0830 GMT. BRUSSELS - Launch of Regions at a Glance 2016 (to June 16). The members of the European Committee of the Regions will meet in the 118th plenary session. On the second day, the plenary assembly will host Mari Kiviniemi, deputy secretary-general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, who will intervene on the topic “Current and future challenges for European regions and cities”. UTRECHT - European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio speaks at the Utrecht School of Economics Macroeconomics Symposium - 1430 GMT. WARSAW - Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble holds at press conference. WHITEHORSE, Canada - Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz gives a speech to the Yukon Chamber of Commerce - 2340 GMT. THURSDAY, JUNE 16 OSLO - Norges Bank 200th anniversary symposium “The interaction between monetary policy and financial stability: going forward”. Speakers: International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen, Sveriges Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen and Norges Bank Governor Oystein Olsen. VIENNA - Austrian National Bank Governor Ewald Nowotny to speak about monetary union - 0915 GMT. DUBLIN - Irish central bank Governor Philip Lane speaks at Irish financial services industry representative body event - 1145 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England announces interest rate decision - 1100 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank releases economic bulletin - 0800 GMT. LUXEMBOURG - Eurogroup meeting. TOKYO - Bank of Japan interest rate decision - 0000 GMT ZURICH - State Secretariat for Economic Affairs releases economic forecasts - 0545 GMT. ZURICH - Swiss National Bank monetary policy assessment - 0630 GMT. OSLO - Sweden Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves will participate in Norges Bank’s symposium on “The Interaction Between Monetary Policy and Financial Stability - Going Forward”. The symposium will be held in conjunction with the 200th anniversary of the founding of Norges Bank. Stefan Ingves will participate in a panel on “Experiences and expectations about macroprudential policies and the ability to fine-tune the financial sector in the Nordic countries” - 1300 GMT.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17 VIENNA - International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde takes part in panel discussion with Austrian Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling - 0900 GMT. BERLIN - European Central Bank board member Benoit Coeure speaks at the International Conference on Structural Reforms in Advanced Economies, organized by Hertie School of Governance - 1145 GMT. MUNICH - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks in honor of Dr Theodor Waigel at conferral of signs and awards - 1500 GMT. BRATISLAVA - Slovakia Finance Ministry to publish quarterly update of its macroeconomic forecasts. CALGARY, Canada - Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins will give a speech - 1650 GMT. LUXEMBOURG - Meeting of EU finance ministers.
MONDAY, JUNE 20 WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in the third symposium on “Ending Too Big to Fail,” co-hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the Peterson Institute for International Economics. VANCOUVER - Canada’s Finance Minister Bill Morneau will hold a two-day meeting (to June 21) with provincial counterparts to discuss the proposed expansion of the Canadian Pension Plan, which the government wants to enhance on the grounds that Canadians are not saving enough for their retirement. TOKYO - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks at Keio University - 0750 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan to publish the minutes of April policy meeting - 2350 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Meeting of the executive board of the Riksbank.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia will release the minutes of June monetary policy meeting - 0130 GMT. WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen will speak before the Senate Banking Committee at its “Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress” hearing - 1400 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 LONDON - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and UK Finance Minister George Osborne speak at the annual Mansion House dinner, on the eve of EU referendum. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Governing Council meeting. No interest rate announcements scheduled. HELSINKI - Finland Finance Ministry to publish its updated forecasts for the Finnish economy, which is slowly recovering from years of recession - 0800 GMT.
THURSDAY, JUNE 23 FRANKFURT - European Central Bank General Council meeting. -------------------------------------------------------------- For enquiries to customer help desks: click PHONE/HELP for telephone numbers. For any questions or comments on the diary, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: The inclusion of items in this diary does not necessarily mean that Reuters will file a story based on the event.