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DIARY-Emerging Markets Economic Events to Oct 27

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 13 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Christopher Kent speaks at the Moody's Analytics Forum - 2335 GMT.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia to release the minutes of its August monetary policy meeting 0130 GMT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 ** BELGRADE - Serbia Central Bank presents inflation report for August - 0600 GMT. WINDHOEK, Namibia - Central Bank of Namibia monetary policy meeting. BANGKOK - Bank of Thailand monetary policy committee meeting - 0705 GMT.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 CAIRO - Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting. CANBERRA - Assistant Governor (Economic) at the Reserve Bank of Australia Luci Ellis speaks at the Workshop of the Australasian Macro Economists (WAMS) - 0800 GMT.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia Payments System Board Meeting.

MONDAY, AUGUST 21

JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors meeting (to August 22).

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22 BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank rate-setting meeting.

WARSAW - National Bank of Poland monetary policy council meeting (no interest rate announcement).

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23 HOI AN CITY, Vietnam - 7th APEC high level meeting on health and economy.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 MEXICO CITY - Mexico Central Bank issues minutes of monetary policy meeting - 1900 GMT.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei Darussalam - ASEAN 4th Working Committee on Financial Inclusion (WC-FINC) meeting.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 TEL AVIV - Bank of Israel announces interest rate decision.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 MEXICO CITY - Central Bank of Mexico publishes its quarterly inflation report.

CHISINAU, Moldova - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31

BOGOTA - Bank of Colombia board of director's meeting.

SYDNEY - Sarah Harris, Reserve Bank of Australia's deputy head of financial market infrastructures, payments policy department, participates at the Risk Australia 2017 Conference - 0300 GMT.

SUVA, Fiji - Reserve Bank of Fiji board meeting to announce interest rates.

SEOUL - Bank of Korea monetary policy meeting to announce interest rates.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 WARSAW - National Bank of Poland monetary policy council meeting (to September 6).

BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank holds non-rate-setting meeting.

BRASILIA - Central Bank of Brazil monetary policy committee meeting (to September 6).

SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy decision meeting - 0430 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank to publish the minutes of its August rate-setting meeting - 1200 GMT TBILISI - National Bank of Georgia monetary policy committee meeting.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

BELGRADE - National Bank of Serbia interest rate decision.

KUALA LUMPUR - Central Bank of Malaysia announces interest rate decision.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 ZAGREB - Croatia National Bank monetary policy meeting.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

KIEV - National Bank of Ukraine monetary policy meeting - 0700 GMT.

ANKARA - Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey monetary policy meeting.

LIMA - Central bank of Peru interest rate decision.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 MOSCOW - Central Bank of Russia interest rate decision - 1030 GMT.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank rate-setting meeting. BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank to discuss the final version of its inflation report. WARSAW - National Bank of Poland monetary policy meeting (no interest rate announcement).

CAPE TOWN - South African Reserve Bank starts its three-day monetary policy committee meeting (to September 21).

SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will release the minutes of September monetary policy meeting - 0130 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors meeting.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

MANILA - Philippines Central Bank monetary policy meeting. ANKARA - Turkish central bank to release minutes of its September monetary policy meeting.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors meeting.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 ABUJA - Central Bank of Nigeria monetary policy meeting (to September 26).

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

BANGKOK - Bank of Thailand monetary policy committee meeting.

PRAGUE - Czech National Bank Monetary Policy Meeting, followed by a statement.

CHISINAU, Moldova - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

MEXICO CITY - Central Bank of Mexico publishes its monetary policy statement.

CAIRO - Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting.

SUVA, Fiji - Reserve Bank of Fiji board meeting to announce interest rates.

SEPTEMBER 29 BOGOTA - Bank of Colombia holds board of director's meeting.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3

BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank non-rate-setting meeting.

SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy decision meeting - 0330 GMT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank to publish the minutes of its September rate-setting meeting - 1200 GMT.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 PRAGUE - Czech National Bank to publish the minutes of its September policy meeting.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 BELGRADE - National Bank of Serbia interest rate decision.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12 MEXICO CITY - Mexico Central Bank issues the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.

LIMA - Central bank of Peru interest rate decision.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17 SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will release the minutes of October monetary policy meeting - 0030 GMT.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors meeting (to October 19).

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 DA NANG, Vietnam - APEC Finance Ministers Meeting (FMM) (to October 20). DA NANG, Vietnam - APEC Senior Finance Officials Meeting (Drafting Session).

TEL AVIV - Bank of Israel interest rate decision.

SEOUL - Bank of Korea monetary policy meeting to announce interest rates.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 DA NANG, Vietnam - APEC Finance and Central Bank Deputies' Meeting (FCBDM).

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank rate-setting meeting.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 WINDHOEK, Namibia - Central Bank of Namibia monetary policy meeting.

CHISINAU, Moldova - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 SUVA, Fiji - Reserve Bank of Fiji board meeting to announce interest rates.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 BOGOTA - Bank of Colombia board of director's meeting.

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DIARY-Emerging Markets Economic Events to Oct 27
 

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