DIARY-Top Economic Events to April 4

Mon Mar 21, 2016 8:01pm EDT
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Major central bank events ** This Diary is filed daily ** ---------------------------------------------------------------

TUESDAY, MARCH 22 WASHINGTON - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew testifies on the State of the International Financial System before House Financial Services Committee - 1400 GMT. CAMBRIDGE, United States - Bank of England's Acting Executive Director, International Banks Supervision at the Prudential Regulation Authority, Sarah Breeden speaks at the Fidelity Guest Lecture Series on International Finance - 2200 GMT. NEW YORK - Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on "Growth and the Role of Economic Policies" before the Money Marketeers of New York University - 2300 GMT. BRIGHTON, England - Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee member Kristin Forbesat speaks at the Royal Economic Society annual conference - 1330 GMT. LONDON - UK Debt Management Office publishes minutes of quarterly meeting with gilt dealers and investors - 0800 GMT. LONDON - UK parliament Treasury Committee questions Office for Budget Responsibility Chairman Robert Chote on 2016 Budget - 1000 GMT. SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial System) Malcolm Edey speaks at the ASIC Annual Forum 2016 - 0045 GMT. SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens speaks at the ASIC Annual Forum 2016 - 0535 GMT. BRUSSELS - European Central Bank's supervisory board chair Daniele Nouy speaks at the ECON Hearing on the SSM Annual Report at the ECON Committee of European Parliament in Brussels - 0800 GMT. FRANKFURT - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble speaks at the Center for Financial Studies - 1300 GMT. OTTAWA - New Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau will present his first budget, focus on huge deficit needed to finance infrastructure spending - 2000 GMT. STOCKHOLM - Sweden Riksbank publishes the report "Account of Monetary Policy in 2015"   Continued...