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    FRIDAY, MAY 19  
    

    • SRINAGAR - Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley chairs a two-day GST Council meeting, likely to approve changes under new tax system, scheduled to start July 1 (final day). NINH BINH, Vietnam - Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Senior Finance Officials' Meeting (SFOM) (Final Day).

    SUNDAY, MAY 21

    CAIRO - Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting.

    MONDAY, MAY 22

    ABUJA - Central Bank of Nigeria monetary policy meeting (to May 23).

    TUESDAY, MAY 23

    CAPE TOWN - South African Reserve Bank starts its three-day monetary policy committee meeting (to May 25).

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 SOFIA - Bulgarian Central Bank Governor Dimitar Radev and Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov attends the 25-year anniversary of the Association of Bulgarian Banks. ECB Chief Economist Peter Praet to give a lecture on challenges and opportunities for the European banking sector in 2017 - 0830 GMT.

    MANILA - Philippines Central Bank Governor Amando Tetangco attends a special testimonial luncheon with business executives at the New World Makati Hotel.

    BANGKOK - Bank of Thailand monetary policy committee meeting.

    THURSDAY, MAY 25 MANILA - Philippines Central Bank Governor Amando Tetangco to speak at a book launch at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas office in Manila - 1000 GMT. SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia's head of payments policy, Tony Richards, to attend the Australian Retail Banking Summit 2017 (to May 26).

    CHISINAU - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

    SEOUL - Bank of Korea monetary policy meeting and interest rate decision.

    SUNDAY, MAY 28

    SINGAPORE - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams speaks before the "Symposium on Asian Banking and Finance: Risk and Resilience in Global Finance" - 0115 GMT. MONDAY, MAY 29

    • SAO PAULO - Brazilian investment forum - meetings with Finance Minister of Brazil Henrique Meirelles and President of Brazil Michel Temer - 0400 GMT.

    JERUSALEM - Bank of Israel interest rate decision.

    TUESDAY, MAY 30

    WARSAW - National Bank of Poland monetary policy council meeting.

    THURSDAY, JUNE 1

    BEIJING - Bank of America Merrill Lynch Innovation China Summit - 1200 GMT.

    TUESDAY, JUNE 6

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

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

    THURSDAY, JUNE 8

    LIMA - Central Bank of Peru interest rate decision.

    FRIDAY, JUNE 9

    MOSCOW - Russia Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina speaks at the Duma.

    WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14

    TBILISI - National Bank of Georgia monetary policy committee meeting.

    JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors meeting (to June 15). THURSDAY, JUNE 15

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

    KAMPALA - Bank of Uganda interest rate decision.

    FRIDAY, JUNE 16

    MOSCOW - Central Bank of Russia interest rate decision.

    TUESDAY, JUNE 20

    RABAT - Bank of Morocco monetary policy meeting.

    BUDAPEST - Hungarian Central Bank to discuss final version of inflation report.

    SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia to release minutes of its monetary policy meeting - 0130 GMT.

    THURSDAY, JUNE 22

    MEXICO CITY - Central Bank of Mexico monetary policy statement.

    MANILA - Philippines Central Bank monetary policy meeting.

    NEW ZEALAND - Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces OCR (Official Cash Rate).

    TUESDAY, JUNE 27

    • MANILA - Philippines' incoming Central Bank Governor, Nestor Espenilla, speaks at a cybercrime forum - 0600 GMT.

    THURSDAY, JUNE 29

    PRAGUE - Czech National Bank holds monetary policy meeting. Statement and presentation will be published.

    CHISINAU - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

    SUVA - Reserve Bank of Fiji holds board meets to announce interest rates - 1200 GMT.

    TUESDAY, JULY 4

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

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 5 BANGKOK - 24th ASEAN EU Senior Officials Meeting (to July 6).

    THURSDAY, JULY 6

    CAIRO - Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting.

    THURSDAY, JULY 13

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

    TUESDAY, JULY 18

    CAPE TOWN - South African Reserve Bank starts its three-day monetary policy committee meeting (to July 20).

    SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia to release the minutes of its monetary policy meeting - 0130 GMT.

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 19

    JAKARTA - Indonesia Central Bank board of governors' meeting (to July 20).

    THURSDAY, JULY 24

    ABUJA - Central Bank of Nigeria monetary policy meeting (to July 25).

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 26

    TBILISI - National Bank of Georgia monetary policy committee meeting.

    THURSDAY, JULY 27

    CHISINAU - National Bank of Moldova interest rate decision.

    FRIDAY, JULY 28

    MOSCOW - Central Bank of Russia interest rate decision.

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