July 18, 2018 / 12:04 AM / 10 months ago

DIARY-Top Economic Events to August 29

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** BRUSSELS - The president of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker holds a news conference in Brussels with the president of the European Investment Bank Werner Hoyer - 1030 GMT.

WASHINGTON D.C. - Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gives semiannual testimony on the economy and monetary policy before the House Financial Services Committee - 1400 GMT.

WASHINGTON D.C. - Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book of economic condition – 1800 GMT.


NEW YORK CITY - Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles gives introductory remarks before the Alternative Reference Rates Committee Roundtable - 1300 GMT.

FRIDAY, JULY 20 GLASGOW, Kentucky - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard gives presentation on the U.S. economy and monetary policy before the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce - 1220 GMT. MONDAY, JULY 23 LONDON – BoE Deputy Governor Monetary Policy Ben Broadbent: Speech to the Society of Professional Economists, London – 1700 GMT.

TUESDAY, JULY 24 BRUSSELS - The EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council meeting.


FRANKFURT - The European Central Bank releases monthly data on lending and money supply – 0800 GMT. THURSDAY, JULY 26 FRANKFURT - ECB Governing Council meeting, followed by interest rate announcement. FRANKFURT - ECB President Mario Draghi holds a press conference, after the interest rate meeting - 1230 GMT.

MONDAY, JULY 30 TOKYO - Bank of Japan holds monetary policy meeting (to July 31).

TUESDAY, JULY 31 WASHINGTON D.C. - U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) starts its two-day meeting on interest rates.


WASHINGTON D.C. - U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announces decision on interest rate, followed by statement – 1800 GMT.


KYOTO, Japan - Speech by Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Masayoshi Amamiya at a meeting with business leaders in Kyoto - 0130 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England to release inflation report – 1100 GMT.

TOKYO - Bank of Japan releases Minutes of Monetary Policy Meeting held on Jun 14 and 15 - 2350 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England announces rate decision and publishes the minutes of the meeting – 1100 GMT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 TOKYO - Bank of Japan to release summary of opinions from board members at its July 30-31 policy meeting – 2350 GMT.


WELLINGTON - Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces Official Cash Rate (OCR) and Monetary Policy Statement.


OSLO - Norway Central Bank announces interest rate decision – 0800 GMT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 WASHINGTON - Federal Open Market Committee will release the minutes from its July 31-Aug. 1 policy meeting – 1800 GMT.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 STOCKHOLM – Speech by Kerstin af Jochnick, Riksbank’s First Deputy Governor : The role of central bank money on tomorrow’s payment market – 0630 GMT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28

FRANKFURT - The European Central Bank releases monthly data on lending and money supply – 0800 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 STOCKHOLM - Riksbank executive board meeting – 0700 GMT. ————————————————————————————————————————

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