DIARY-Top Economic Events to Jan 27

Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:01pm EST
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Major central bank events ** This Diary is filed daily ** ----------------------------------------------------------

MONDAY, JANUARY 18 TOKYO - Bank of Japan to hold quarterly meeting of regional branch managers. Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to speak. At the meeting, Bank of Japan will release a quarterly report assessing economic and price conditions of regional areas of Japan. LONDON - Bank of England monetary policy committee member Gertjan Vlieghe gives lecture at the London School of Economics on the topic "Debt, Demographics and the Distribution of Income: New Challenges for Monetary Policy" - 1830 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Swedish central bank will publish the minutes of January extraordinary monetary policy meeting - 0830 GMT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 WASHINGTON - The International Monetary Fund will release its World Economic Outlook update and will hold a press conference hosted by the Bank of England - 1000 GMT. VIENNA - Central and Eastern European Forum (to Jan. 20). Speakers:- Austria Finance Minister Hans Jorg Schelling, Serbia Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic, Hungary National Economy Minister Mihaly Varga, National Bank of Austria Governor Ewald Nowotny, Bank of Albania Governor Gent Sejko, National Bank of Romania Deputy Governor Liviu Voinea, Croatian National Bank Governor Boris Vujcic, National Bank of Slovakia Deputy Governor Jan Toth, Czech National Bank Governor Miroslav Singer and National Bank of Ukraine Deputy Governor Vladyslav Rashkovan LONDON - Office for National Statistics hosts economic forum on current account statistics - 0930 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney gives his first major speech of the year on monetary policy at Queen Mary University - 1200 GMT.   Continued...