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—————————— This diary is kept daily. ** Indicates new events —————————— SATURDAY 25 AUGUST JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming – Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves takes part at the 2018 symposium on economic changes in the market structure and implications for monetary policy (final day).

JACKSON GAT, Wyoming – Governor of the Canadian state, Stephen Poloz, participates in panel discussion at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – 1625 GMT. TUESDAY 28 AUGUST

COLOGNE, Germany – Participation by ECB economist Peter Praet in a panel on "monetary and macro-prudential policy interactions" at the 33rd annual Congress of the European Economic Association in Cologne, Germany – 1100 GMT. FRANKFURT – The European Central Bank publishes monthly data on lending and money supply – 0800 GMT.

WEDNESDAY 29 AUGUST PARIS – The French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire and the German Minister of Finance, Olaf Scholz, speak at the annual summer conference of the employers' association MEDEF. TOKYO – Board member of the Japanese bank Hitoshi Suzuki gives a speech in Naha, southern Japan, and holds a press conference – 0130 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank board meeting – 0700 GMT. THURSDAY 30 AUGUST FRANKFURT – Bank conference in Frankfurt by the German finance minister, Olaf Scholz, UBS & # 39; Axel Weber, BaFin & # 39; s Felix Hufeld, the CEO of Deutsche Beorse and the German chief of Goldman Sachs. Topics are Brexit. ATHENS – Bundesbankchef Jens Weidmann speaks in Athens – 1730 GMT. FRIDAY 31 AUGUST LA GRANDA, Spain – Comments from ECB Vice President de Guindos at the closing event of Cursos de La Granda, organized by the University of Oviedo in La Granda, Spain – 1700 GMT. ALPBACH, Austria – Governor of the National Bank of Austria, Ewald Nowotny, host of the reception at the economic forum of Alpbach – 1100 GMT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 – Bank of the Governor of Japan, Haruhiko Kuroda, gives a keynote speech at a symposium commemorating the 30th anniversary of stock index futures – 0540 GMT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 ** BUFFALO, USA – President John Williams of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York visits Buffalo and Niagara Falls, N.Y., to meet leaders in business, community development, education and government. BOZEMAN, Montana – Federal Reserve Bank or Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari attends a town hall forum organized by Montana State University – 2000 GMT. CHICAGO, Illinois – President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Raphael Bostic talks about the economic outlook and monetary policy for a chat at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs – 2230 GMT fireplace. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank holds meeting of the management, monetary policy meeting no. 4 – 0700 GMT. OTTAWA – Key policy rate announcement Bank of Canada – 1400 GMT. THURSDAY 6 SEPTEMBER ** BUFFALO, NY – President John Williams of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is sitting with Paul Tesluk, Dean of the University of Buffalo School of Management, to have a chat at the fireplace focused on the regional and national economy and the New York Fed's outreach efforts – 1400 GMT.

TOKYO, Japan – Governor Goushi Kataoka of the Bank of Japan speaks in Yokohama, in the east of Japan, and holds a press conference – 0130 GMT LUCERNE, Switzerland – Speech by Fritz Zurbrugg, vice president of the board of Swiss National Bank "10 years later the storm: how weatherproof is the Swiss banking system today?" At the University of Lucerne – 1630 GMT. REGINA, Saskatchewan, Canada – Senior Vice Governor of the Bank of Canada, Carolyn Wilkins, will give a speech at Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership – 1845 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Swedish central bank announces interest rate decision. Monetary policy report will be published – 0730 GMT. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 ** BOSTON – Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren speaks at the bank's 62nd annual economic conference entitled "What are the consequences of long spells with low interest rates?" – 1230 GMT.

VIENNA, Austria – Meeting of the Eurogroup – 0700 GMT

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 ** BOSTON – Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren discusses the paper he co-authored by Boston Fed colleagues Joe Peek and Geoffrey M.B. Tootell, "Some Unpleasant Stabilization Arithmetic," at the 62nd annual economic conference of the bank – 1445 GMT.

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10 ALBANY, Georgia – President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Raphael Bostic talks about the economic prospects for a chat with open fire before the Albany Chamber of Commerce – 1600 GMT.

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 CHICAGO – President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Bullard talks about the US economy and monetary policy for the CFA Society, Chicago – 1330 GMT. WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Reserve publishes the Beige Book of economic condition – 1800 GMT. THURSDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

JACKSON, Mississippi – President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Raphael Bostic talks about the economic outlook and monetary policy for the Mississippi Council of Economic Education – 1715 GMT. LONDON – Bank of England announces interest rate decision and publishes minutes of the meeting – 1100 GMT. FRANKFURT – Meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB, followed by an interest announcement. FRANKFURT – ECB President Mario Draghi holds a press conference, after the interest rate meeting – 1230 GMT.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 BRUSSELS – Jan Smets, policy officer at the European Central Bank, speaks at a conference on the effects of the crisis on the real economy and interest rates – 0700 GMT.

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17 STOCKHOLM – The Swedish Central Bank Minutes of monetary policy will be published – 0730 GMT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

TOKYO – Bank of Japan organizes meeting on monetary policy (until 19 September).

THURSDAY 20 SEPTEMBER OSLO – The Norwegian central bank holds an announcement of the interest rate decision of the board of directors and the publication of monetary policy, followed by the press conference – 0800 GMT. ZURICH – Swiss National Bank (SNB) Monetary policy evaluation – 0730 GMT.

FRIDAY 21 SEPTEMBER BERLIN – Berat Albayrak, the Turkish minister of finance, and his German colleague Olaf Scholz meet in Berlin. MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER SUNDSVALL, Sweden – Swedish central bank First vice-governor Kerstin off Jochnick talks about the history of the Riksbank and about the development of money – 1530 GMT. TOKYO – Bank of Japan publishes minutes of the monetary policy meeting on 30 and 31 July – 2350 GMT. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 OSLO – Governor Oystein Olsen, president of the Norwegian central bank, speaks at the Center for monetary economics / BI Norwegian Business School. WASHINGTON D.C. – The Federal Reserve Market Committee of the Federal Reserve (FOMC) starts its two-day meeting on interest rates. WEDNESDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 26 BODO, Norway – Vice-governor of Norway, egil Matijn, speaks at a conference organized by the Federation of Norwegian Industries. FRANKFURT – Meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB. No interest announcements planned. WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Federal Reserve Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve announces decision on interest rate, followed by statement – 1800 GMT. WASHINGTON D.C. – President Jerome Powell of the US Federal Reserve is holding a press conference on interest rates – 1830 GMT. THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER MONCTON, New Brunswick, Canada – Governor of the Canadian state, Stephen Poloz, will give a speech in the Economic Council of the Atlantic provinces and the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Moncton – 2200 GMT. WELLINGTON – Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces official cash rate (OCR).

FRANKFURT – General meeting of the ECB in Frankfurt. TOKYO – Bank of Japan publishes a summary of the opinions of the board members during the policy meeting of September 18-19 – 2350 GMT. FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER LILLEHAMMER, Norway – Vice-governor of Norway, the central bank Jon Nicolaisen, gives a speech to the regional network of Norges Bank, Regio Binnenland. NEW YORK, USA – President John Williams of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York speaks for the conference Reserve Reductions, Money Markets and Future Frameworks, co-sponsored by the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York – 2045 GMT. LONDON – Bank of England – Conference on non-financial banking institutions and financial stability.

LONDON – Governor Philip Lane, who is a member of the ECB's main policy council, and Dave Ramsden, deputy governor at the Bank of England, talk about the economic outlook and monetary policy at the annual conference of the Society of Professional Economists – 1130 GMT. MONDAY, 1 OCTOBER BALTIMORE – Banks of Philadelphia and Richmond, co-sponsored by the Federal Reserve, "Reinventing Our Communities: Investing in Opportunity" conference. (until 3 October) STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Board of Directors – 0700 GMT. BOSTON – President Eric Rosengren of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston talks about "US Outlook / monetary policy" before the National Business Economics Association, 60th annual meeting – 1615 GMT. TUESDAY 2 OCTOBER BOSTON – President Jerome Powell of the Federal Reserve talks about "A View from the FRB" for the 60th Annual Meeting of the National Business Economics Association – 1600 GMT. WEDNESDAY 3 OCTOBER BALTIMORE – President Patrick Harker of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia gives concluding remarks before the Reinventing Our Communities: Investing in Opportunity & # 39 ;, co-sponsored by the Federal Reserve Banks of Richmond and Philadelphia – 1600 GMT. TUESDAY OCTOBER 9TH LONDON – Statement by the Financial Policy Committee of the Bank of England to appear – 0830 GMT. WEDNESDAY, 10 OCTOBER FRANKFURT – Meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB. No interest announcements planned. WEDNESDAY 17 OCTOBER

WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Open Market Committee will release the minutes of the policy meeting from 25-26 September – 1800 GMT. LONDON – Report of the meeting of the Financial Policy Committee of 3 October 2018 – 0830 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank board meeting – 0700 GMT. TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER STOCKHOLM – Riksbank holds meeting of the management, monetary policy meeting no. 5 – 0700 GMT. WEDNESDAY 24 OCTOBER

WASHINGTON D.C. – Federal Reserve publishes the Beige Book of economic condition – 1800 GMT. OTTAWA – Key policy statement of the Bank of Canada and report on monetary policy – 1400 GMT. OTTAWA – Bank of Canada, Governor Stephen Poloz, and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins of the Bank of Canada will hold a press conference to discuss the contents of the Monetary Policy Report – 1515 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Swedish central bank announces interest rate decision. Monetary policy report will be published – 0730 GMT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th

FRANKFURT – Meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB, followed by an interest announcement. FRANKFURT – ECB President Mario Draghi holds a press conference, after the interest rate meeting – 1230 GMT. OSLO – The Norwegian central bank adopts an announcement of the interest rate decision of the board of directors – 0800 GMT. MONDAY 29 OCTOBER OSLO – Central Bank of Norway publishes annual report on financial stability – 0900 GMT. TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER TOKYO – Bank of Japan organizes meeting on monetary policy (until 31 October). —————————————-

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