In Focus

  • Week InAdvance: June 7, 2021

    • Monday, June 7, 2021

    Mon Jun 7 Basel Institute on Governance course on crypto, financial crime, and AML compliance. | Tue Jun 8 ARRC Sofr symposium. | Wed Jun 9 Senate hearing on CBDCs. | Thu Jun 10 Senate hearing set for CISA. SEC investor panel meets. U.S. initial jobless claims, CPI. | Fri Jun 11 FSOC meets on money market mutual fund reform and Libor. G7 leaders' summit in Cornwall.

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  • Week InReview: June 4, 2021

    • Friday, June 4, 2021

    Week InReview Friday | Jun 4, 2021   Grounded no more.   Offices aren’t dead. And business travel isn’t dead either. Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images   Some companies that learned to do without travel during the coronavirus pandemic said they are ready to get back on the road instead of defaulting to virtual meetings and conferences, while others are trying to determine which business trips are still needed.   Corporate trips remain 70% or more below pre-pandemic levels, according to airlines, which rely heavily on business travel for a huge share of their revenue. But carriers including American and United Airlines said the pace of business travel bookings has been picking up in recent weeks.   Business travel is coming back — The Wall Street Journal

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  • Week InAdvance: May 31, 2021

    • Monday, May 31, 2021

    Mon May 31 U.S. markets closed for Memorial Day holiday. U.K. markets closed for Spring Bank holiday. | Tue Jun 1 WEF's jobs reset summit in Geneva. OPEC+ meeting on output. | Wed Jun 2 Green Swan Conference meets on coordinating climate financing. Fed's Beige Book. | Thu Jun 3 CFTC Energy and Environmental Markets Advisory Committee meets. G20 infrastructure investors dialog. | Fri Jun 4 Yellen travels to London for a meeting of her G7 counterparts. Basel Committee meets. U.S. employment report for May.

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