Week inAdvance
Monday | Mar 29, 2021
Mon Mar 29 OECD conference on future of investment treaties. | Tue Mar 30 Fed's Quarles discusses FSB. | Wed Mar 31 FSOC holds debut gathering. | Thu Apr 1 OPEC+ meeting on output. | Fri Apr 2 Good Friday starts Easter weekend in countries including the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Australia and Canada.

All times are Eastern and subject to change.
please join us
Wednesday, Mar 31
INVESTORS Council Chairs Roundtable
4 -4:15 pm

Come when you can. Leave when you have to. Take your calls.
at the agencies
Wednesday, Mar 31
The Fed looks poised to disappoint Wall Street by not extending the Mar. 31 deadline for an emergency SLR exemption that’s propped up the Treasury market since last year’s pandemic panic.

Wednesday, Mar 31
Agenda includes both an open and a closed session. The preliminary agenda for the open session includes climate change and its potential impacts on financial stability. The preliminary agenda for the closed session includes hedge fund activity and open-end mutual fund performance during the Covid-19 crisis.
on the hill

No hearings of note.
across the globe
Monday, Mar 29
PARIS, France
OECD conference on the future of investment treaties to reflect on how to best regulate international investment and the future of investment treaties.

Monday, Mar 29 -
Thursday, Apr 1
PARIS, France
OECD Paris 21 virtual annual meeting to discuss data as a public good and building resilience for a post-pandemic world.

Wednesday, Mar 31
GENEVA, Switzerland
World Trade Organization is scheduled to issue its annual trade growth forecast after a sharp slide of about 9 percent in 2020.

Wednesday, Mar 31 -
Thursday, Apr 1
ROME, Italy
G20 2nd finance and central bank deputies virtual meeting.

Thursday, Apr 1
VIENNA, Austria
OPEC+ meets to discuss production levels for May. With lockdowns in Europe still weighing on demand, members are unlikely to raise output quotas.
other events
Monday, Mar 29
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is set to vote on a charter that would create a Standards Advisory Group, to include corporate management, academics, investors, and auditors.

Monday, Mar 29
A virtual conversation, moderated by CNBC International's Silvia Amaro, with IMF Monetary and Capital Markets Department Deputy Director Fabio Natalucci and Financial Sector Expert Andrea Deghi on Covid-19's impact on the commercial real estate sector and its potential threats to financial stability. 

Tuesday, Mar 30
Fed Vice Chair for Supervision and Financial Stability Board Chair Randal Quarles takes part in a virtual discussion on the FSB hosted by the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Watch live.

Friday, Apr 2
The U.S. March employment report is expected to show the strongest rebound in nonfarm payrolls in months. Expanding vaccinations paired with a pickup in economic activity likely supported hiring. Even with the expected jump in employment, payrolls will be far shy of pre-pandemic levels.
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