DIARY-Top Economic Events to Jan 3

Fri Dec 18, 2015 7:01pm EST
 
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Major central bank events ** This Diary is filed daily ** ----------------------------------------------------------- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 OTTAWA - Canada's federal and provincial finance ministers will meet in Ottawa (to Dec. 21) to discuss enhancements to Canada Pension Plan and other issues. Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will give a presentation on the global economy and Canadian monetary policy.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 21 STOCKHOLM - Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson presents new economic forecasts - 1200 GMT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23 TOKYO - Bank of Japan will publish the minutes of its November policy meeting - 2350 GMT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 TOKYO - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks at the Keidanren business lobby - 0400 GMT.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 3 SAN FRANCISCO - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams participates in a panel on "The Equilibrium Real Interest Rate-Theory, Measurement, and Use in Monetary Policy" at the American Economic Association/ASSA annual meeting - 1600 GMT. SAN FRANCISCO - Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer speaks on "Central Banking: What's Next?" before a panel on "The United States Economy: Where to From Here?" at the American Economic Association/ASSA annual meeting - 1815 GMT. SAN FRANCISCO - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester speaks on "U.S. Economic and Monetary Policy Developments" before a panel on "The United States and Global Economic Outlook" at the American Economic Association/ASSA annual meeting - 2230 GMT. --------------------------------------------------------------- For enquiries to customer help desks: click PHONE/HELP for telephone numbers. For any questions or comments on the diary, please e-mail: diaries@thomsonreuters.com NOTE: The inclusion of items in this diary does not necessarily mean that Reuters will file a story based on the event.