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MNI European Morning Briefing

     LONDON (MNI) - A fairly thin calendar on Wednesday, punctuated with central
bank speakers. First on the economic docket is Spanish final HICP at 0700GMT.
     At 0845GMT UK Chancellor Philip Hammond will discuss the Work of the
Chancellor of the Exchequer at the Treasury Select Committee.
     At 1100GMT UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face weekly questions in the
House of Commons.
     Also at 1100GMT is the first release of the day from the US in the form of
MBA weekly applications index.
     Hot on the heels of the data at 1115GMT Chicago Federal Reserve Bank
President Charles Evans will participate in a moderated discussion at Swiss Day
2017 in Zurich, with audience and media Q&A.
     At 1200GMT Bundesbank Board member Andreas Dombret will give a speech at
the New York University.
     International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde is to speak
on "G20: Compact with Africa" at the 2017 IIF Annual Membership Meeting, in
Washington at 1400GMT.
     At 1700GMT the second Bundesbank speaker of the day, Board member Joachim
Wuermeling will speak at lectures "Financial world of Europe", in Brussels.
     New York Federal Reserve Bank Vice President Simon Potter will speak at
1710GMT on American Exit Strategies at "Globalisation Dynamics - EU and U.S.
Perspectives" in New York.
     At 1800GMT FOMC minutes from the September meeting are scheduled.
     San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams is scheduled to
deliver a speech on community leaders in Salt Lake City, with audience Q&A at
     Finishing off the day at 1850GMT ECB Executive Board member Peter Praet
will give a speech at SUERF Conference, in New York.
--MNI London Bureau; +44 203 865 3809; email:

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