November 2, 2016 / 12:02 AM / 2 years ago

DIARY-Emerging Markets Economic Events to Nov. 11

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 LONDON - Colombian President Jose Manuel dos Santos and Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas attend an investment event in London with UK trade secretary Liam Fox - 1000 GMT. TIRANA - Bank of Albania interest rate decision.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 PRAGUE - Czech National Bank holds monetary policy meeting. Statement and presentation will be published. New CNB macroeconomic forecast - 1200 GMT. ATHENS - EU Arab Summit “Partners for Growth and Development” (to Nov. 4). Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras to attend. BEIJING - People Bank of China’s Chief Economist Ma Jun speaks at the China labor market forum - 0000 GMT.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 MEXICO CITY - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Rob Kaplan speaks at a forum hosted by the Association of Banks of Mexico - 1600 GMT. BUCHAREST - Romania Central Bank interest rate decision - 0400 GMT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 HONG KONG - Reserve Bank of Australia’s Head of International Department Chris Ryan speaks at the seventh Pan Asian Regulatory Summit. BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank non-rate-setting meeting. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank to publish the minutes of October policy meeting - 1300 GMT. BANGKOK - Bank of Thailand holds monetary policy committee meeting - 0730 GMT. ZAGREB - Croatia National Bank holds monetary policy meeting.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 BUDAPEST - EBRD conference: Reinvigorating Growth, Competitiveness and Investment - The EU from the Baltics, through Central Europe, to the Mediterranean. Opening speeches by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti. BELGRADE - National Bank of Serbia interest rate decision - 1100 GMT.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 LUSAKA - Zambian Finance Minister Felix Mutati presents the 2017 national budget to parliament. This will be the first annual plan under the government’s economic stabilization and recovery program.

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