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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 ** VIENNA – Hungarian central bank Deputy Governor Marton Nagy, Czech National Bank board member Vojtech Benda and Polish central bank Vice President Anna Trzecinska to participate in a panel discussion about monetary policy at a Euromoney conference on central and eastern Europe. – 0900 GMT
** VIENNA – European Central Bank Governing Council member Ewald Nowotny to deliver the opening address at a Euromoney conference on central and eastern Europe – 0840 GMT ATHENS – Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras speaks at event hosted by Piraeus Bank. – 1000 GMT. BERLIN, Germany – Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier holds a conference on the digital transformation in German cities and regions. – 0930 GMT. PARIS, France – ECB policymaker and French central bank chief Francois Villeroy de Galhau gives a New Year address to the French financial sector in Paris. – 1730 GMT. NEW YORK – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari speaks on “Ten Years After the Global Financial Crisis, the System is Safer” at the Intelligence Squared Debate – 2330 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Deputy Governor Cecilia Skingsley will discuss developments on the payments market at Moody’s Credit Trends – 0845 GMT.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book of economic condition – 1900 GMT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 LONDON – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, Deputy Governor Sam Woods and other senior officials from the bank speak about competition in the banking sector after a speech by Woods – 1500 GMT
DUBLIN – Irish Central Bank Deputy Governor Ed Sibley speaks at BPFI conference.
NEW YORK CITY, United States – Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles participates in “Insurance Regulation and Supervision” discussion before the Insurance Information Institute 2019 Joint Industry Forum, in New York. – 1545 GMT.
TOKYO – ECB’s Executive Board member Benoit Cœure participates in G20 finance ministers and central bank governors deputies meeting in Tokyo (to Jan. 18).
TOKYO – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, Deputy Governor Masayoshi Amamiya, and Finance Minister Taro Aso, will speak as Japan chairs the Group of 20 – 0000 GMT. DUBLIN – Lecture by ECB Board Member Sabine Lautenschlager at Risk Management & Supervisory Conference organized by Banking & Payments Federation Ireland in Dublin – 1100 GMT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Reserve issues industrial production for December. – 1415 GMT
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on “Business, Equity and the Future of Philadelphia” before event, “The Prosperity Symposium: Economic Mobility Research in Action” – 1600 GMT SOMERSET, New Jersey – Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams speaks on the U.S. economic outlook and monetary policy before the New Jersey Bankers Association Economic Leadership Forum – 1405 GMT TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 DAVOS, Switzerland – World Economic Forum annual meeting (to Jan. 25). PHILADELPHIA, United States – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia issues Non-manufacturing Business Outlook Survey for January – 1330 GMT. TOKYO – Bank of Japan holds monetary policy meeting (to Jan. 23). WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23 TOKYO – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks to reporters at the end of the central bank policy meeting – 0230 GMT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 VILNIUS – Bank of Lithuania holds monetary policy meeting of the ECB governing council. NEW YORK – Roundtable with Tobias Adrian, director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF in New York.
NEW YORK – Roundtable with Nathalie Aufauvre, director general for Financial Stability and Operations, Bank of France, in New York.
FRANKFURT – Governing Council of the ECB holds monetary policy meeting in Frankfurt FRANKFURT – ECB President Mario Draghi holds a press conference after the interest rate meeting. OSLO – Norway Central Bank announces interest rate decision – 0900 GMT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank executive board meeting – 0800 GMT. SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 TOKYO – Bank of Japan releases minutes of monetary policy meeting held on Dec. 19 and 20 – 2350 GMT. MONDAY, JANUARY 28 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank First Deputy Governor Kerstin af Jochnick is giving a speech on the forthcoming normalization of monetary policy and discussing how households and the economy will be affected when the repo rate is increased and the Riksbank reduces its government bond holdings – 1130 GMT.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
PARIS – Marius Jurgilas, Member of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania, will be participating in the FinTech conference in Paris (to Jan. 30) PARIS – Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves will participate in a panel discussion on fintech with Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, and others at Paris Fintech Forum.
VASTERAS, Sweden – Riksbank Deputy Governor Cecilia Skingsley will discuss the economic situation and current monetary policy at StrategiTorget Bygg & Fastighet – 0830 GMT. WASHINGTON D.C. – U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) starts its two-day meeting on interest rates (to Jan. 30).
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 WASHINGTON D.C. – U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announces its decision on interest rates followed by statement – 1900 GMT. TOKYO – Bank of Japan to release summary of opinions from board members at its Jan. 22-23 policy meeting – 2350 GMT.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31
TORONTO, Canada – Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn A. Wilkins delivers speech on “How the labour market is changing and how this influences monetary policy” at Toronto – 1745 GMT. SHIMONOSEKI, Japan – Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Masayoshi Amamiya delivers a speech to business leaders in Shimonoseki, western Japan, and hold a news conference – 0130 GMT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6
STOCKHOLM – Riksbank executive board meeting – 0800 GMT.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 WASHINGTON – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gives opening remarks and answers questions via livestream before event, “Conversation with the Chairman: a Teacher Town Hall Meeting” hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Charlotte branch – 0000 GMT.
LONDON – Bank of England to release inflation report – 1200 GMT.
LONDON – Bank of England announces rate decision and publishes the minutes of meeting, after the rate decision – 1200 GMT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank general council meeting – 1200 GMT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank holds monetary policy meeting – 0800 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13
WELLINGTON – Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces official cash rate (OCR) and monetary policy statement at media conference.
STOCKHOLM – Swedish Central Bank announces interest rate decision. Monetary policy report will be published – 0830 GMT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14
WELLINGTON – 29th Australian & New Zealand Econometric Study Group (ANZESG) meeting (to Feb. 15). OSLO – Norway’s Central Bank Governor Oeystein Olsen delivers his annual address, in which he is expected to announce major changes to macroeconomic policy or the country’s sovereign wealth fund – 1700 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank executive board meeting – 0800 GMT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 STOCKHOLM – Riksbank general council meeting – 1200 GMT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Open Market Committee will release the minutes from its January 29-30, 2019 policy meeting – 1900 GMT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 STOCKHOLM – Swedish Central Bank minutes from the monetary policy will be published – 0830 GMT.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
PHILADELPHIA, United States – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia issues Nonmanufacturing Business Outlook Survey for February – 1330 GMT. ————————————————————————————————
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