Week InAdvance: August 31, 2015
MONDAY, AUG 31 Envoys from more than 190 countries gather in Bonn for a five-day United Nations conference on global warming. TUESDAY, SEP 1 HUD kicks off conference on fair housing. Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren, who will vote on monetary policy next year, speaks on economic outlook in New York. WEDNESDAY, SEP 2 Conference on the future of Asian financing in Jakarta. Fed issues the Beige Book of economic conditions. THURSDAY, SEP 3 China holds military parade at Tiananmen Square to mark the 70th anniversary of its victory over Japan in World War II. South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Russian President Vladimir Putin are among world leaders who will be attending, while Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declined an invitation. FRIDAY, SEP 4 EIOPA will discuss its final advice on infrastructure investment risk. G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors meet in Ankara, Turkey for two days to discuss the global economy. Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker gives a speech titled, "The Case Against Further Delay," in Richmond VA.
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