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DIARY-Top Economic Events to Oct 30

----------------------------------------------------------- This Diary is filed daily. ** Indicates new events ----------------------------------------------------------- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 WASHINGTON - Federal Open Market Committee will release the minutes from its July 31-Aug. 1 policy meeting – 1800 GMT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 ** JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming – Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves participates in the 2018 Economic Policy Symposium on Changing Market Structure and Implications for Monetary

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U.S. lawmakers seek to impose more sanctions on 'menace' Russia

U.S. lawmakers pushed for more aggressive steps to counteract the Russian "menace" on Tuesday, despite Trump administration officials insisting current sanctions were having an effect and vowing to impose more economic pain if Moscow does not change its behavior.

Trump's EPA unveils weaker alternative to Obama power plant rule

The Trump administration on Tuesday proposed replacing a signature Obama-era policy to combat climate change with a weaker plan that would let states write their own rules on coal-fired power plants, prompting critics to warn of dire environmental and health consequences.

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Cohen testifies Trump told him to commit crime by paying off women

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen testified on Tuesday that Trump had directed him to commit a crime by arranging payments ahead of the 2016 presidential election to silence two women who said they had affairs with Trump. | Video