DIARY - Top economic Events to May 7

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FRIDAY, APRIL 25

DETROIT, Unites States - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew visits Detroit, Michigan. Lew will meet with business and community leaders to discuss the condition of Detroit's economy. BERNE - Swiss National Bank (SNB) Chairman of Governing Board Thomas Jordan and President Jean Studer speak at the SNB's General Shareholders Meeting in Berne - 0800 GMT. BOUVET ISLAND - Norway Finance Minister Siv Jensen and Norges Central Bank Governor Oeysein Olsen speak at the parliamentary committee about the 2013 funds performance - 0800 GMT. AMSTERDAM - ECB Supervisory Chair Daniele Nouy speaks on supervision at DNB conference on "Central banking in the next two decades" in Amsterdam - 0830 GMT. AMSTERDAM - Bank for International Settlements (BIS) General Manager Jaime Caruana speaks at a conference in Amsterdam to mark the 200th anniversary of the Dutch central bank - 1330 GMT. CALGARY, Canada - Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivers a speech to the Calgary chapter of the Economic Club of Canada - 1400 GMT.

MONDAY, APRIL 28

BONN, Germany - ECB President Mario Draghi speaks at the joint conference of the coalition party groups of the German government - 1430 GMT. FRANKFURT - ECB Executive Board members Vitor Constancio, Benoit Coeure and Peter Praet speak at the conference "Financial integration and stability in a new financial architecture", jointly organized by the ECB and the European Commission. NEW YORK - Former Federal Reserve chair Alan Greenspan speaks before the Economic Club of New York. PARIS - Bank of France Governor Christian Noyer holds a news conference on "The stakes for economic and monetary policy - the situation in France and the Euro Zone" - 0800 GMT. TUESDAY, APRIL 29

WASHINGTON - Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) Annual 2014 Washington Policy Summit (to May 2). Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks on the third day of the conference - 1230 GMT. BALTIMORE - U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin will speak on the economy and student loans - 1700 GMT. DUBLIN - Central Bank of Ireland Conference on "Macro to Micro - A New Era in Financial Statistics".

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30

WASHINGTON - Former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke speaks before Brookings event in Washington - 1930 GMT. WASHINGTON - Former Federal Reserve Vice Chair Donald Kohn moderates "Liquidity Needs in the Post-Crisis World and Liquidity Provision for Bank Resolution" panel before the Brookings Institution "Liquidity and the Role of the Lender of Last Resort" conference in Washington - 1845 GMT. WASHINGTON - U.S. Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announces decision on interest rates. TOKYO - Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting. MONDAY, MAY 5 BRUSSELS - Eurogroup meeting. PARIS - OECD publishes spring economic outlook, containing forecasts and detailed analysis for member countries and major non-member economies. OECD head Angel Gurria will present the publication at a news conference - 0900 GMT.

TUESDAY, MAY 6 BRUSSELS - Meeting of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN). NEW YORK - Federal Reserve Board Governor Jeremy Stein speaks before the Money Marketeers of New York University in New York.

SYDNEY - Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) holds interest rate meeting.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 LONDON - Bank of England (BoE) holds Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting (to May 08). TOKYO - Bank of Japan will release the minutes of April monetary policy meeting - 2350 GMT.

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