DIARY-Top Economic Occasions to Aug 4

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————————————————————— TUESDAY, JULY 26
WASHINGTON – U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Free market
Committee holds two-day conference on interest rates (to July 27).
WASHINGTON – U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market
Committee announces choice on rate of interest – 1800 GMT.

TOKYO – Bank of Japan monetary policy conference (to July 29).

CAMBRIDGE – Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President
John Williams takes part in a policy dialogue on “What’s Left
in the Fed’s Tool Package?” prior to the 2016 Pacific Pension and
Financial investment Institute Summer season Roundtable – 1330 GMT.
FRANKFURT – European Reserve bank to reveal outcomes of the
2016 bank tension tests.
TOKYO – Bank of Japan rate of interest choice – 0000 GMT. SUNDAY, JULY 31
JAKARTA – Bank Indonesia and the Federal Reserves Bank of New
York hold a two-day global seminar (to July 1). Speakers:
Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, Swiss National
Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Handling Director Ravi Menon, Bank Indonesia Deputy Guv
Perry Warjiyo, IMF Deputy Handling Director Mitsuhiro Furusawa,
Bank of Philippines Governor Amando Tetangco and Federal Reserve
Bank of New york city President William Dudley.

BEIJING – Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert
Kaplan speaks on “Financial Conditions and Implications for
Monetary Policy” before the Official Monetary and Financial
Institutions Online forum City Lecture occasion – 1015 GMT.
SYDNEY – Reserve Bank of Australia rate of interest conference – 0430
DUBLIN – Ireland’s central bank Guv Philip Lane makes
initially post-Brexit speech – 1145 GMT.

FRANKFURT – European Reserve bank Governing Council meeting. No
rate of interest statements set up.
TOKYO – Bank of Japan to release the minutes of its June policy
meeting – 2350 GMT.

SHANGHAI, China – Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President
Robert Kaplan speaks on “Financial Conditions and Ramifications
for Monetary Policy” prior to the Official Monetary and Financial
Organizations Online forum City Lecture occasion – 1015 GMT
FRANKFURT – European Central Bank launches its economic
publication – 0800 GMT.
LONDON – Bank of England announces its decision on interest
rate and launches its inflation report – 1100 GMT.


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