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US News Events Calendar

Date     ET        Event
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04-Feb  2100       President delivers State of the Union address before a
                     Joint Session of Congress on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in
                     the Chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives.
05-Feb  0830       Treasury refunding announcement
05-Feb  1610       Fed Governor Lael Brainard to speak on payment innovation
                     at Stanford University. Text and questions from the
                     audience are expected. No webcast.
06-Feb  0915       Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan to give remarks in a panel
                     discussion at the University of Texas McCombs School of
                     Business on: Business 2020 Business Outlook:  Real Estate
                     and the Texas Economy. No text expected.
06-Feb  1915       Fed Vice Chair Randal K. Quarles to speak on the economic
                     outlook and monetary policy at the Money Marketeers of New
                     York University. Text and questions are expected. No
                     webcast.
07-Feb  1100       Federal Reserve releases its Monetary Policy Report to the
                     Congress.
10-Feb  1345       San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly to give a speech at
                     Iveagh House in Dublin, Ireland. Text is expected. Daly
                     will take questions from the press and the audience. No
                     livestream expected.
11-Feb  0600       San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly in a fireside chat at
                     Trinity College, Dublin. No prepared remarks or livestream.
                     Daly is not expected to take questions from the press.
11-Feb  1000       Fed Chair Jay Powell to testify before the House Financial
                     Services Committee in a hearing entitled: "Monetary Policy
                     and the State of the Economy."
11-Feb  1330       St. Louis Fed President James Bullard to give a
                     presentation at the CFA Society of St. Louis Luncheon.
                     There will be no text but slides and a press release are
                     expected to be released. Audience and media questions
                     expected.
11-Feb  1415       Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari to speak at a town
                     hall in Kalispell, Montana. Kashkari is expected to take
                     questions from the audience. The event will be livestreamed
                     on Minneapolis Fed website.
12-Feb  0900       San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly to have a Q&A with
                     Laura Noonan of the Financial Times at the European
                     Financial Forum at Dublin Castle, Dublin. No prepared
                     remarks or livestream. Daly is not expected to take further
                     questions from the press.
12-Feb  1000       Fed Chair Jerome Powell to testify before the Senate
                     Banking Committee.
13-Feb  1000       President Trump's nominees to the Fed Board of Governors,
                     Christopher Waller and Judy Shelton, to testify in a
                     hearing before the Senate Banking Committee.
19-Feb  0810       Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic to give remarks at the
                     Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta. No text is
                     expected. No livestream expected. Bostic is not expected to
                     take questions from the media.
19-Feb  1145       Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari to speak at an ag
                     symposium in Mankato, Minnesota. Kashkari is expected to
                     take questions from the audience. Event will be
                     livestreamed on Minneapolis Fed website.
21-Feb  1000       Governor Lael Brainard, Atlanta Fed President Raphael
                     Bostic, Philip Lane of the ECB, Cleveland Fed President
                     Loretta Mester, Governor Richard Clarida, and Silvana
                     Tenreyro of the Bank of England speak at the US Monetary
                     Policy Forum.
27-Feb  1130       Chicago Fed President Charles Evans to give keynote speech
                     at the Global Interdependence Center in Mexico City. To be
                     determined whether text is released. Evans will take
                     questions from the media.
                   https://www.interdependence.org/events/browse/delegation-to
                     -mexico-city/
28-Feb  0915       St. Louis Fed President James Bullard to give a
                     presentation on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at the
                     Ft. Smith Chamber of Commerce Breakfast. Slides and press
                     release are expected. No text. Bullard is expected to take
                     questions from the media.
03-Mar  1830       Chicago Fed President Charles Evans to speak in a moderated
                     discussion at the University of Illinois. Text is not
                     expected.
04-Mar  1400       Federal Reserve releases Beige Book.
--MNI Washington Bureau; +1 202 371 2121; email: brooke.migdon@marketnews.com
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