DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to Nov 6

Fri Oct 24, 2014 8:02pm EDT

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** This Diary is filed daily *** ------------------------------------------------------------- EMERGING MARKETS - ECONOMIC EVENTS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 KUWAIT CITY - 60th meeting of the Monetary Authorities and Central Banks Committee of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in Kuwait (Final Day). The meeting will discuss issues pertaining to banking supervision and control within the GCC banking system, as well as the payment systems.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 27 DUBAI - IMF will present its regular semi-annual economic outlook for Pakistan, Afghanistan, Middle East oil exporters and importers. JERUSALEM - Bank of Israel announces interest rate decision.


BRASILIA - Brazil Central Bank holds Monetary Policy Committee meeting (to Oct. 29).

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29 PARIS - 6th Annual Global Perspectives conference in partnership with the OECD (to Oct 31). OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria to attend.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 PRAGUE - Czech Central Bank governing board to hold a regular meeting, but is not scheduled to discuss monetary policy issues.


SANTIAGO - Chile Central Bank will release the minutes from its October monetary policy meeting - 1130 GMT.


NEW DELHI - 2014 World Economic Forum (to Nov 6) on the theme "Redefining public-private cooperation for a new beginning". BUCHAREST - Romania's central bank holds rate-setting meeting - 0900 GMT.


PRAGUE - Czech National Bank holds Monetary policy Meeting.


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