DIARY-Top Economic Events to July 21
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TUESDAY, JULY 12 WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo gives opening remarks before the Center for American Progress and Americans for Financial Reform Conference, "Exploring Shadow Banking: Can the Nation Avoid the Next Crisis?" - 1315 GMT. WASHINGTON - U.S. Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin speaks before the FINRA Investor Education Foundation Releases Latest National Financial Capability Study event - 1930 GMT. MARQUETTE, United States - Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari speaks on the economy and the role of the Fed before a Town Hall forum co-sponsored by 40 Below Marquette County Young Professionals - 2130 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England to publish record of latest Financial Policy Committee meeting - 0830 GMT. LONDON - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney appears before parliament committee to discuss the financial stability report - 0930 GMT. ST. LOUIS, United States - St. Louis Fed President James Bullard gives a presentation before the NABE Gateway Chapter - 1335 GMT. SYDNEY - Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester speaks on financial stability considerations for monetary policy, before the Sydney Banking and Financial Stability Conference - 0130 GMT. BRUSSELS - Meeting of EU Finance ministers. BRUSSELS - EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker hold news conference on newly approved EU-U.S. Privacy Shield - 0900 GMT. VIENNA - Austrian Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling expected to announce overhaul of Austrian bank levy - 0800 GMT. ZARAGOZA - Bank of Spain Governor Luis Maria Linde will deliver the speech "Monetary Policy: Challenges and Opportunities" at conference Spain 2016: Visions economic debate organized by Fundacion Basilio Paraiso and Ibercaja - 1730 GMT.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book of economic condition - 1800 GMT. HOUSTON - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan speaks on "The U.S. and World Economy Today" before a moderated question-and-answer session hosted by the World Affairs Council of Greater Houston - 1300 GMT. PHILADELPHIA - Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on the economic outlook before the 2016 World Class Summit: 10 Years to 2026 - 2200 GMT. FRANKFURT - European Central Bank banking supervisor Ignazio Angeloni and Germany's Bundesbank board member Andreas Dombret speak about the consequences of Brexit - 1430 GMT. OTTAWA - Bank of Canada key policy interest rate announcement - 1400 GMT. OTTAWA - Bank Of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins will hold a press conference following the bank's interest rate decision and the release of its monetary policy report - 1515 GMT. SYDNEY - Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester speaks on the economic outlook and monetary policy before the Australian Business Economists Luncheon - 0230 GMT.
THURSDAY, JULY 14 VICTOR, United States - Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart speaks before the Global Interdependence Center Eighth Annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit- 1515 GMT. OKLAHOMA CITY, United States - Kansas City Fed President Esther George speaks on the U.S. economy before a luncheon for business and community leaders hosted by the Kansas City Fed - 1715 GMT. ST. LOUIS - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard meets press at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, North American main meeting - 2220 GMT. ST. LOUIS - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan participates in moderated question-and-answer session on "Economic Conditions and the Role of Monetary Policy" before the 0fficial Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum - 2300 GMT. FRANKFURT - Germany's Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann speaks at event but is unlikely to discuss monetary policy - 0900 GMT. Continued...