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The US Federal Reserve today in Washington —————————————– —————— —————– This log is filed daily. ** Indicates new events ——————————————– – —————- TUESDAY 21 JUNE ** BRUSSELS – Participation of Elizabeth McCaul, member of the Executive Board of the ECB, in the symposium on 10 years of prudential supervision at the National Bank of Belgium – 11:30 GMT. **WASHINGTON DC – Richmond Federal Reserve Chairman Thomas Barkin participates in a virtual fireside chat before the National Association for Business Economics’ Economic Policy and Inflation Webinar Series. – 15:00 GMT **MILAN, Italy – Participation of ECB Banking Supervisor Andrea Enria in a fireside chat and Q&A session with A. Filtri (Mediobanca) on prudential priorities – 06:15 GMT.

RICHMOND, USA – Richmond Federal Reserve Chairman Thomas Barkin speaks to the Risk Management Association in Richmond, Va. – 1930 GMT BERLIN – German Finance Minister Christian Lindner speaks speaks at the Industry Day organized by the Federation of German Industry (BDI) followed by a panel discussion with guests including Bundesbank Board Member Sabine Mauderer. – 10:30 GMT HELSINKI – ECB policymaker and head of Finland’s central bank, Olli Rehn, will hold a press conference in Helsinki to comment on Finland’s economic outlook and the European Central Bank’s interest rate policy. – 0800 GMT AMSTERDAM – Swedish National Bank Deputy Governor Cecilia Skingsley will participate in a conversation on digital currencies at the 6th Annual Macroprudential Conference, co-hosted by De Nederlandsche Bank, Sveriges Riksbank and Deutsche Bundesbank – 1000 GMT PHILADELPHIA – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia releases non-manufacturing business outlook survey for June at 12:30 GMT. STOCKHOLM – Riksbank Board Meeting – 0700 GMT TOKYO – Bank of Japan Releases Minutes of Monetary Policy Meeting Held April 27-28 – 2350 GMT WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 ** RICHMOND – Chairman of Richmond Federal Reserve Thomas Barkin speaks at the Virtual West Virginia Chamber of Commerce event – 1300 GMT. ** RICHMOND – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Chairman Thomas Barkin speaks ahead of the Federal City Council’s District Strong virtual event – ​​1600 GMT. **BRUSSELS – Q&A with European Central Bank Vice-President Luis de Guindos during an online event organized by Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo and Asociación de Periodistas de Información Económica – 0700 GMT. FRANKFURT – Keynote address on “Addressing climate and environmental crises – the roles of banks and supervisors” followed by a Q&A session by Frank Elderson at the 10th Annual Banking Stewardship and Management Conference ( Gesamtbanksteuerung) from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management in Frankfurt, Germany – 07:35 GMT WASHINGTON DC – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivers semi-annual testimony on monetary policy before the Senate Banking Committee – 13:30 GMT. PHILADELPHIA – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker (in Philadelphia) and Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Thomas Barkin (virtual of Richmond) participate in a macroeconomic outlook discussion ahead of macroeconomic policy to foster equality: symposium with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the Official Forum of Monetary and Financial Institutions. – 5:30 p.m. GMT TORONTO, Canada – Fireside chat with Carolyn Rogers, Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, on “Growth and Risk – The Future of the Canadian Economy” – 2:40 p.m. GMT. CEDAR RAPIDS, USA – Chicago Federal Reserve Chairman Charles Evans speaks on current economic conditions and monetary policy ahead of the Corridor Business Journal’s mid-year economic review in Cedar Rapids, Iowa – 1655GMT. VILNIUS – The Bank of Lithuania holds a non-monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB in Frankfurt BERLIN – The Governing Council of the ECB holds a non-monetary policy meeting in Frankfurt THURSDAY 23 JUNE ** BRUSSELS – Participation of the ECB President Christine Lagarde at the European Council Meeting. **WASHINGTON DC — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivers semiannual testimony on monetary policy before the House Financial Services Committee. – 14:00 GMT

BRUSSELS – Opening speech by ECB Banking Supervisor Andrea Enria at the joint SRB and ECB conference – “The Test of Time: Banking Union a decade later” in Brussels, Belgium – 12:30 GMT OSLO – The Central Bank of Norway announces the Executive Board’s decision on interest rates and publication of monetary policy followed by a press conference – 08:30 GMT BERLIN – Meeting of the General Council of the ECB in Frankfurt. FRIDAY, JUNE 24 ** ORANGE, Calif. — San Francisco Federal Reserve Chair Mary Daly Chapman speaks on monetary policy ahead of the 2022 Hybrid Shadow Open Market Conference hosted by Chapman University – 2000 GMT. ** ZURICH – Participation of ECB Vice-President Luis de Guindos in a panel discussion during the UBS Expert Conference “Central Banks and Inflation” – 11:30 GMT. ** BRUSSELS – Participation of Elizabeth McCaul, member of the Executive Board of the ECB, in a round table on “Operational resilience – are banks prepared for the worst?” at a joint SRB and ECB conference – 0800 GMT. FRANKFURT – Fireside chat by ECB Banking Supervisor Edouard Fernandez-Bollo during the 2nd AFME/OMFIF Annual Conference on European Financial Integration in Frankfurt, Germany – 1010 GMT ZURICH – Philip Lowe, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, participates in a panel at the UBS Roundtable Central Banks and Inflation – 11:30 GMT SANTANDER, Spain – The Governor of the Bank of Spain, Pablo Hernández de Cos, in charge of the closing session of the Santander Economics Summer Course on Sustainability and Digitalization – 10:30 GMT BERGEN, Norway – Governor of the Central Bank of Norway, Ida Wolden Bache gives a lecture for the West Regional Network in Bergen – 0800 GMT. SUNDAY JUNE 26 TOKYO – The Bank of Japan will release a summary of the views of board members at its policy meeting on June 16-17 – 23:50 GMT MONDAY JUNE 27 LISBON – Swedish National Bank Governor Stefan Ingves will participate in European Central Bank Forum on Central Banking (till June 29) TUESDAY, JUNE 28 LISBON – Swedish National Bank Deputy Governor Cecilia Skingsley will participate in a panel discussion at the ECB Central Banking Forum on digital currencies and The Digital Euro Project – 1100 GMT WASHINGTON DC – The Federal Reserve releases annual benchmark revisions and new seasonal factors for its industrial production and capacity utilization data from 1972 through the latest release period. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 SINTRA, Portugal – US Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell, ECB President Christine Lagarde, BOE Governor Andrew Bailey and BIS Chief Executive Augustin Carstens speak at the ECB Forum on central bank – 12:30 GMT SINTRA, PORTUGAL – Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester participates in “Panel 2: The Role of Inflation Expectations in Monetary Policy Making” ahead of the European Central Bank Forum on central banks, in Sintra, Portugal. – 10:30 GMT STOCKHOLM – The Riksbank holds its third monetary policy meeting at 07:00 GMT. THURSDAY, JUNE 30 STOCKHOLM – The Swedish Central Bank announces a decision on interest rates. June 2022 Monetary Policy Report will be released – 07:30 GMT.

TUESDAY 5 JULY LONDON – The Bank of England publishes its Financial Stability Report for July 2022 at 09:30 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 6 WASHINGTON DC – The Federal Open Market Committee publishes the minutes of its meeting of June 14-15, 2022. – 1800 GMT BERLIN – The Governing Council of the ECB holds a non-monetary policy meeting in Frankfurt

MONDAY JULY 11 STOCKHOLM – Minutes of the Swedish Central Bank’s monetary policy discussion on June 29, 2022 will be published – 07:30 GMT TUESDAY JULY 12 BRUSSELS – European Union finance ministers to set irrevocable exchange rate at which Croatia will convert its single currency kuna to euros upon adopting the single currency on January 1, 2023. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 OTTAWA – Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Rogers, hold a press conference to discuss the contents of the Monetary Policy Report – 1500 GMT. WASHINGTON, DC – The Federal Reserve releases the Beige Book of the economic situation – 1800 GMT

OTTAWA – Bank of Canada Interest Rate Announcement and Monetary Policy Report – 1400 GMT. WELLINGTON – The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is hosting a monetary policy review – 0200 GMT.

WEDNESDAY JULY 20 TOKYO – Bank of Japan holds monetary policy meeting (until July 21)

THURSDAY 21 JULY BERLIN – Press conference following the meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB in Frankfurt – 12:30 GMT

BERLIN – The Governing Council of the ECB holds a monetary policy meeting in Frankfurt MONDAY JULY 25

TOKYO – Bank of Japan releases minutes of monetary policy meeting held June 16-17 at 23:50 GMT TUESDAY, JULY 26 PHILADELPHIA – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia releases business outlook survey non-manufacturing for July. – 12:30 GMT WASHINGTON, DC – The US Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) begins its two-day meeting on interest rates (through July 27)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 WASHINGTON, DC – The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the US Federal Reserve announces its interest rate decision followed by a statement – ​​1800 GMT

WASHINGTON, DC – The Chairman of the US Federal Reserve holds a press conference THURSDAY, JULY 28

TOKYO – The Bank of Japan will release a summary of the views of board members at its July 20-21 policy meeting – 23:50 GMT THURSDAY, AUGUST 4 LONDON – The Bank of England will release its Monetary Policy Report – 11:00 a.m. GMT. LONDON – The Bank of England announces its rate decision and publishes the minutes of the meeting, after the rate decision – 1100 GMT. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 WELLINGTON – Reserve Bank of New Zealand holds monetary policy statement and press conference – 0200 GMT. THURSDAY AUGUST 18 OSLO – Central Bank of Norway announces interest rate decision – 0800 GMT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23 PHILADELPHIA, USA – The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia releases a non-manufacturing business outlook survey for the month of August. – 12:30 GMT

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