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WEDNESDAY, 14 NOVEMBER STOCKHOLM – Deputy Governor of the Swedish Central Bank, Chairman of the Board Per Jansson, talks about the economic situation and monetary policy – 0700 GMT. BERLIN – The President of the Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann, speaks at the Berlin Economic Policy Challenges 08:30 GMT. DALLAS, USA – The President of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, attends a moderated audience question and answer session before the Dallas Global Perspective Speaker Series, Federal Reserve Bank (Dallas, Texas) – 2300 GMT.
London – Deputy Dean of the Bank of England Dave Ramsden takes part in online Q & A on the future of the money.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Randal Quarles, Deputy Chairman of the Federal Reserve Supervisory Board, gives the seminar testimony "Financial Systems Federal Reserve Supervision and Regulation" at the Financial Services Committee House – 1500 GMT.
THURSDAY, 15 NOVEMBER ** LJUBLJANA – Deputy Governor of the Bank of Slovenia Primoz Dolenc spoke at the banking conference Brdo pri Kranj. LONDON – Bank of England hosts "2nd Conference on Forecasting at Central Banks" in London (London) (London) (until November 16th). BASEL, Switzerland – Notes to the ECB Executive Board Member Benoit Coeuré at the CPMI Academic Conference in Basel, Switzerland – 1215 GMT. BRUSSELS – Chief Economist of the ECB, Peter Praet, Chief Economist of the Main Cups at the Credendo Trading Forum 2018 in Brussels, Belgium – 1310 GMT. HOUSTON, USA – Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, is taking part in a Community Hearing Session following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey's low-and-middle-income recovery efforts in Houston's neighborhoods, hosted by the Dallas Houston Branch in Houston, Texas, in 1630 GMT. LONDON – Bank of England MPC memeber Silvana Tenreyro speaks at BoE conference – 1300 GMT. FRANKFURT – First Deputy Chairman of the Swedish Government, Kerstin af Jochnick will discuss e-kronor and participate in the discussion on the central bank's digital currencies at the Euro Finance Week – 0815 GMT.
AMSTERDAM – Speech by the Vice-President of the ECB, Luis de Guindos, at the annual meeting of the Association of Foreign Banks – 1435 GMT. TORONTO – Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli will introduce a declining economic statement in Canada's largest province. This will be the first budget update for a new conservative party government – 2100 GMT.
MADRID, Spain – President of the Atlanta Federal Reserve, Rafael Bostis, participates in regular discussions "Monetary Policy in a New Economic and Geopolitical Environment" before the World Interdependence Center "Central Bank Series: Madrid" – 1800 GMT MINNEAPOLIS, Minneft – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari takes part A moderated question and answer session with the Minnesota AgriGrowth Advice – 2000 GMT.
WASHINGTON – Deputy Chairman of the Federal Reserve Supervisory Board, Randal Quarles, presents the semi-annual testimony "Federal Reserve Supervision and Regulation of the Financial System" at the Senate Committee of the Bank – 1500 GMT. FRIDJA, 16 NOVEMBER LONDON – Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Sam Woods participates in the online Q & A session as part of the Future of Money. FRANKFURT – The President of the ECB, Mario Draghi, at the European Banking Congress in Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany – 08:30 GMT, gives a keynote address at the Frankfurt European Banking Congress.
STOCKHOLM – Riksbank General Council meeting – 1200 GMT.
CHICAGO, Illinois – The Chicago Federal Reserve, Charles Evans, participates in the regular question and answer session before the Roundtable on the Fixed Income Forum – 1630 GMT.
FRANKFURT – The President of Bundesbank Jens Weidman speaks at a conference speech at a conference in Frankfurt – 1300 GMT. FRANKFURT – German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz speaks at a conference, speaking at a conference in Frankfurt – 1415 GMT. Monday, November 19 WINNIPEG, Canada – Bank of Canada is organizing a media event to open the new 10-US dollar banknote in the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, 85 Aspera Road in Israel, and Winnipeg-1700 GMT. LONDON – Managing Director of the Bank of England Under the supervision of United Kingdom depositors, James Proudman talks about "Cyborg Monitoring – Advanced Analysis of Prudential Supervision" at Bank of England – 0900 GMT.
COPENHAGEN – Alex Brazier, speaks at the Danmarks Nationalbank Macroeconomic Policy Conference in Copenhagen – 1200 GMT, at the Bank of England's Financial Stability Strategies and Risks Executive (FSRS). BRONX, N.Y. – New York Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams is taking part in regular discussions with NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – 1545 GMT. TOKYO – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and Chairman of the Board of the Bank of France Villeroy de Galhau will speak at the International Finance Forum Europlace – 0330 GMT.
BRUSSELS – EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting. OSLO – Deputy Dean of the Central Bank of Norway, Jon Nicolaisen, speaks at a conference organized by the Norwegian Business Federation – 1400 GMT. ROME – European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, holds a news conference at the EU Commission headquarters – 1330 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Board meeting – 0800 GMT.
OTRDIEN, NOVEMBER 20 TORONTO – Deputy Assistant to the Canadian Bank Timothy Lane takes part in the Canadian Internet Company, Toronto – 2200 GMT. OSLO – Open Meeting on Alternative Norwegian Kroner Reference Rates: Oystein Olsen, Head of the Norwegian Central Bank, gives the introduction – 1300 GMT. MONTREAL – Canadian Bank Deputy Dean Carolyn A. Wilkins speaks at the Max Ball School of Public Policy, McGill University, Montreal, QC – 1800 GMT.
PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES – Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank issues Non-Manufacturing Business Outlook over November – 1330 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER STOCKHOLM – Riksbank General Council meeting (until 22 November).
FRANKFURT – Head of the non-monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB.
STOCKHOLM – The Swedish Central Bank publishes 2018 Financial Stability Report: 2 – 0830 GMT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, STOCKHOLM – Deputy Rixban Deputy Cecilia Skingsley SNS, Center for Business and Politics – 0700 GMT will address "Non-Cash Considerations". LONDON – Michael Saunder, Member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, will make an annual CBI South West Economics dinner, Bath – 2055 GMT. OTTAWA – Canadian Bank Senior Vice President Carolyn A. Wilkins participates in the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation in Ottawa, ON – 1445 GMT session.
OTRDIEN, NOVEMBER 27 STOCKHOLM – Chairman of the Board of the Swedish Central Bank and Deputy Director General Cecilia Skingsley SNS, Business and Politics Studies Center will hold a speech on "considerations about the non-cash community". The talk will be commented on Johanna Lybeck Lilja, Managing Director Advisor Nordea and Peter Englund, professor of financial economics emeritus – 0700 GMT.
NEW JORK – The Chicago Federal Reserve Bank, Charles Evans, is taking part in a moderated question and answer session before the event's 2018 conference – 1930 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28
NEW YORK CITY – Jerome Powell, President of the Federal Reserve, spoke before the New York Luncheon Economic Club in New York at 1700 GMT. WELLINGTON – The New Zealand Reserve Bank issues a half-year Financial Stability Report – 2000 GMT.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 BOSTON – Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank Loreta Mester, Chicago Federal Reserve Bank Charles Evans, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker, Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari, Boston Federal Reserve Bank Eric Rosengren and President of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank Robert Kaplan participates in the "Co-inclusive Economic Development" forum hosted by Living Cities Collaborative – 1900 GMT. OSLO – Norwegian Central Bank Deputy Egil Matsens Egil Matsens speaks at Norges Bank – 0800 GMT.
OSLO – Governor of the Norwegian Central Bank, Oystein Olsen, talks to Nordea's wholesale banks on an annual dinner of 1730 GMT. WASHINGTON – The Federal Open Market Committee of the US Federal Reserve will release a protocol from 7 to 8 November – 1900 GMT.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 BERN – Presentation by Dies Academicus of the University of Bern from Thomas J. Jorder, Chairman of the Board of the Swiss National Bank, to the article "The Importance of Academic Studies and Learning in the Swiss Success Model" 0900 GMT. Monday, December 3 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Board meeting – 0800 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 ** WASHINGTON D.C. – The Federal Reserve System issues the End-of-Life book – 1900 GMT. ** FRANKFURT – Meeting of the Governing Council. Planned notices on interest rates. DETERMINED, Japan – Masazumi Wakatabe, Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Japan, at a meeting with business executives in Niigata – 0130 GMT. WASHINGTON D.C. – Jerome Powell, President of the Federal Reserve, points to the economic outlook for the Congress's Economic Committee – 1515 GMT.
OTTAWA – Bank of Canada's main policy interest rate statement – 1500 GMT.
LONDON – Bank of England publishes Financial Stability Report – 0700 GMT. THURSDAY, 6 DECEMBER ** FRANKFURT – ECB General Council meeting. ** TORONTO – The Canadian bank's president, Stefan S. Polos, spoke at last at the Marriott Downtown CF in Toronto's Eaton Center at 1300 GMT.
SECOND DATE, DECEMBER 11, LONDON – The Bank of England publishes the minutes of the meeting of the Finance Policy Committee to be held on November 28, 2018, at 09:30 GMT.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13 ** FRANKFURT – The ECB's Governing Council holds a monetary policy meeting. A conference takes place after the conference. BERN – Swiss National Bank (SNB). Monetary policy assessment with press conference – 0830 GMT.
STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Board meeting – 0800 GMT. OSLO – The Norwegian Central Bank announces an interest rate decision at 0900 GMT. OSLO – The Norwegian Central Bank announces the decision of the Board to publish interest rates and monetary policy, as well as the press conference at 09:30 GMT. WELLINGTON – The New Zealand Reserve Bank will hold a conference focusing on financial markets and macroeconomic links or short-term macro-financing (until 14 November).
Monday, December 17 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank General Council meeting – 1200 GMT.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 ** WASHINGTON D.C. – The Federal Reserve Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is launching a two-day meeting on interest rates. OSLO – Governor of the Norwegian Central Bank Oystein Olsen gives speeches to the regional network, the East region of Oslo. WEDDING 19 DECEMBER ** WASHINGTON D.C. – The Federal Reserve Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announces its decision on interest rates, followed by a statement – 1900 GMT. ** WASHINGTON D.C. – US Federal Reserve Chairman holds press conference – 1930 GMT. TOKYO – The Bank of Japan holds the Monetary Policy Meeting (until December 20).
STOCKHOLM – Riksbank is Board Member, Monetary Policy Meeting No. 6 – 0800 GMT.
THURSDAY, 20 DECEMBER
STOCKHOLM – The Swedish Central Bank announces an interest rate decision. The Monetary Policy Report will be published at 08:30 GMT. LONDON – Bank of England publishes a summary of the meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee and protocols – 1200 GMT.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25
TOKYO – The Bank of Japan issued the Minutes of the Monetary Policy Meeting, which took place on October 30-31, March 2350.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27
TOKYO – Bank of Japan to publish a summary of the board members' opinions from the 19th to the 20th December policy meeting – 2350 GMT. —————————————-
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