DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to July 28

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EMERGING MARKETS - ECONOMIC EVENTS

THURSDAY, JULY 17

BUDAPEST - Conference of the Hungarian Economic Association and Fiscal Council. Speakers:- Hungarian Economy Minister Mihaly Varga, Hungarian National Bank Governor Gyorgy Matolcsy and Hungarian Central Bank Director Marton Nagy. PRETORIA - The South African Reserve Bank announces its decision on interest rates. CAIRO - Central Bank of Egypt holds Monetary Policy Committee Meeting. PRAGUE - Czech Central Bank governing board meets in Prague. It is not scheduled to discuss monetary policy issues. ANKARA - Central Bank of Turkey holds Monetary Policy Committee Meeting.

FRIDAY, JULY 18 PRETORIA - South African Reserve Bank (SARB) Governor Gill Marcus speaks at unveiling of coins to commemorate late former President Nelson Mandela - 0830 GMT.

TUESDAY, JULY 22 LONDON - OMFIF organizes a roundtable discussion with Czech National Bank Governor Miroslav Singer. The focus of the gathering will be on Czech monetary policy regimes allowing for a broader discussion on inflation targeting and other policy instruments. BUDAPEST - Central Bank of Hungary holds Monetary Council meeting. THURSDAY, JULY 24

MEXICO CITY - IMF presents its latest World Economic Outlook report - 1400 GMT. ANKARA - Central Bank of Turkey will release the minutes of its July policy meeting.

FRIDAY, JULY 25 MOSCOW - Central Bank of Russia announces interest rate decision.

MONDAY, JULY 28 JERUSALEM - Bank of Israel announces interest rate decision - 1300 GMT.

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