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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 ATLANTA - Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart speaks to the Opportunity Finance Network about “Lending and Investing in Community Development” - 1720 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney appears before the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee - 1435 GMT. BERLIN - ECB Chief Mario Draghi speaks on “Stability, Equity and Monetary Policy” - 1530 GMT. BRUSSELS - Europe Economics Seminar: What Brexit means for you, the EU and the wider European Economy. Topics: Likely Brexit scenarios, economic impact on the EU, vulnerable sectors, how competition policy may be affected and how to prepare for Brexit - 1345 GMT. LJUBLJANA - Bank of Slovenia board meeting. HANOI - World Economic Forum on the Mekong Region.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26 MADRID - Bank of Spain’s Deputy Governor Fernando Restoy to speak at a Central Banks Seminar - 1200 GMT. TALLIN - Estonian central bank to present its financial stability review - 0800 GMT.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 NICOSIA - Speech by Austrian National Bank President and ECB Governing Council member Ewald Nowotny BERN - Switzerland Finance Minister Ueli Maurer and other officials hold a news conference on corporate tax reform package that faces a referendum in February. FLORENCE, Italy - Bank of Spain Governor Luis Linde will attend the opening ceremony of the 2016-2017 edition of the “Young Factor” project, organized by the Osservatorio Permanente Giovani-Editori - 1530 GMT. HACHENBURG, Germany - ECB board member Yves Mersch speaks at the “Hachenburg Conference” organised by Hochschule der Deutschen Bundesbank in Hachenburg - 1700 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Swedish Central Bank announces interest rate decision. Monetary Policy Report will be published - 0730 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Swedish Central Bank Governor Stefan Ingves holds a press conference after interest rate decision - 0900 GMT. OSLO - Norway Central Bank interest rate decision - 0800 GMT. BRATISLAVA - Globsec Tatra Summit (to Oct. 30). A number of EU commissioners and finance ministers meet to discuss Brexit, migration and economic growth. Speakers include German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, Italian Economy and Finances Minister Pier Carlo Padoan, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin, Belgian Finance Minister Johan van Overtveldt, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan and EU Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 BRATISLAVA - Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan gives a speech at a summit on “Strengthening EMU in time of turmoil and crises” - 1100 GMT. VIENNA - Erste Group Chief Executive Andreas Treichl opens a centre for children’s financial education. Austrian Finance Minister Hans-Joerg Schelling is also due to attend - 0630 GMT. LONDON - Irish Central Bank Governor Philip Lane speaks on ECB policies, the impact of Brexit on the European and Irish economies and the central bank’s readiness for a potential influx of UK firms to Dublin post-Brexit - 0800 GMT.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31 OXFORD - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will deliver remarks on the importance of global economic integration and shared growth at The Oxford Union - 1600 GMT. TOKYO - Bank of Japan interest rate decision - 2350 GMT.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate meeting - 0330 GMT. WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) two-day meeting on interest rates (to Nov. 2).
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decision on interest rate, followed by statement - 1800 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Governing Council meeting. No interest rate announcements scheduled.
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