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


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. BUDAPEST - Central Bank of Hungary holds Monetary Council meeting.


SINGAPORE - Asia Securities and Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) 2014 annual conference in Singapore. Speakers: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Deputy Governor Rama Subramaniam, Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Senior Economist Ilhyock Shim, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Vice President Richard Heckinger, EU Commission Financial Markets Director Patrick Pearson, European Central Bank (ECB) Adviser DG General Market Infrastructure and Payments Dirk Bullmann and Bank of Japan (BOJ) Financial Markets Department Director General Hiromi Yamaoka. LIMA - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren speaks before the Ninth High Level Meeting on "Global Banking Standards and Regulatory and Supervisory Priorities in the Americas" - 1500 GMT. KUALA LUMPUR - Central Bank of Malaysia holds Monetary Policy Committee Meeting (to Nov. 6).

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6 PRAGUE - Czech National Bank holds monetary policy meeting.


LUSAKA - Central Bank of Zambia holds monetary policy meeting - 0700 GMT.


ZAGREB - Croatian National Bank holds Council Meeting.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 BELGRADE - National Bank of Serbia holds Executive Board Meeting.


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