DIARY-Top Economic Events to June 17

Mon Jun 6, 2016 8:00pm EDT
 
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Major central bank events ** This Diary is filed daily ** ------------------------------------------------------------- TUESDAY, JUNE 7 NEW YORK - European Central Bank Supervisory Board member Ignazio Angeloni to participate in panel discussion at 4th Pan-European Days organized by the European American Chamber of Commerce - 1525 GMT. LONDON - Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson visits London (to June 8). FRANKFURT - European Central Bank publishes 2016 convergence report - 0800 GMT. BRATISLAVA - National Bank of Slovakia Governor Jozef Makuch to hold a news conference on update of Slovak quarterly macroeconomic forecast - 1100 GMT. SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia holds interest rate meeting - 0430 GMT. PARIS - European Central Bank policymakers Francois Villeroy de Galhau and Yves Mersch speak at a conference in Paris entitled "Financial stability in a digital world" - 1500 GMT. DUBLIN - Irish Fiscal Council publishes biannual assessment report - 2301 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8 PARIS - European Central Bank Supervisory Board Chair Daniele Nouy speaks at the Goldman Sachs 20th Annual European Financial Conference - 1030 GMT. TORONTO - Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau to deliver keynote address at The Economist summit on innovation. Morneau will discuss the role of government in catalyzing innovation, his priorities and most pressing challenges, three months after unveiling a stimulus budget designed to spark economic growth. WELLINGTON - Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces monetary policy statement and official cash rate - 2100 GMT. TALLINN - Estonia Central Bank releases its macro economic forecast. Estonian Central Bank Governor Ardo Hansson to speak - 0800 GMT.   Continued...