Week inAdvance

Monday | Oct 10, 2022

Mon Oct 10 US bond market closed in observance of Columbus Day/Indigenous People’s Day. The stock market will be open. Canadian financial markets closed in observance of Thanksgiving. | Tue Oct 11 Japan opens visa-free travel to vaccinated tourists. | Wed Oct 12 G20 finmins in DC. FOMC minutes for September meeting. | Thu Oct 13 G20 finmins, central bankers meet. September CPI inflation rate figures. | Sun Oct 16 Chinese Communist party begins its five-yearly congress.


All eyes are on US inflation data for September after a hotter-than-expected reading in August tempered hopes of a nascent slowdown that might signal an end to rate hikes some time in the new year. 


Minutes from the Federal Reserve’s September rate-setting meeting will give clues into the central bank’s tolerance for economic pain after policy makers delivered a third straight 75 basis-point hike and signaled they’ll continue to tighten monetary conditions for now. 


The International Monetary Fund releases its latest World Economic Outlook as the lender and the World Bank hold annual meetings in Washington. In July, the IMF cut its global growth forecast for this year and next, warning that the world economy may soon be on the cusp of an outright recession.


All times are Eastern and subject to change.

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Thursday, Oct 13

INVESTORS market practices industry update

10:30 - 11 am


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at the agencies

Wednesday, Oct 12

FEDERAL RESERVE

Federal Open Market Committee releases minutes from its last rate-setting meeting.


Wednesday, Oct 12

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

The Commission will consider whether to adopt certain rule amendments regarding the electronic recordkeeping and prompt production of records requirements for broker-dealers, security-based swap dealers, and major-security based swap participants under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.


Thursday, Oct 13

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

In the key US inflation report, the September consumer price index is projected to show an 8.1% annual rise, lower than a month ago, while the core measure, which strips out food and energy costs, is forecast to rise 6.5%.


Thursday, Oct 13

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

The SEC's Small Business Advisory Committee will meet to discuss entrepreneurship hubs and the IPO market. See the complete agenda here.

on the hill


No hearings of note.

across the globe

Monday, Oct 10

China’s financial markets open after a week-long holiday, days ahead of the landmark twice-a-decade Communist Party congress, where President Xi Jinping is expected to secure a historic third term in power.


Tuesday, Oct 11 -

Wednesday, Oct 12

OECD 2022 Global Infrastructure Forum will highlight the most effective governance practices related to infrastructure planning, delivery, and decision-making, including the latest trends to maximise the benefits of infrastructure to societies and economies as we transition towards a more sustainable future.


Tuesday, Oct 11 -

Wednesday, Oct 12

BERLIN, Germany

Berlin Climate Security Conference: Climate, Conflict, Clash of Crises: Weathering the Risks.


Wednesday, Oct 12

VIENNA, Austria

The OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report is published.

other events

EVENTS IN WASHINGTON DC


Monday, Oct 10 -

Sunday, Oct 16

The 2022 annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.


Tuesday, Oct 11

IMF publishes its World Economic Outlook and Global Financial Stability Report.


Tuesday, Oct 11

BOE Governor Andrew Bailey speaks at the Institute of International Finance annual meeting.


Tuesday, Oct 11 -

Friday, Oct 14

The Bretton Woods Committee International Council meeting.


Wednesday, Oct 12

ECB’s Christine Lagarde, Pablo Hernández de Cos, and Klaas Knot speak at the Institute of International Finance annual meeting. Knot also speaks at the IMF meeting.


Wednesday, Oct 12

IMF publishes its Fiscal Monitor report.


Wednesday, Oct 12 -

Thursday, Oct 13

G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meet as part of this week’s IMF and World Bank annual meetings.


OTHER EVENTS

Thursday, Oct 13

VIRTUAL

WSJ Pro Sustainable Business Forum to discuss the critical sustainability issues facing business executives. With the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission due to introduce stringent reporting requirements, the Forum will explore the practicalities of reporting and standards, and other topics. Register for discounted tickets here.

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