Week inAdvance
Monday | Jan 11, 2021
Mon Jan 11 CES 2021. | Tue Jan 12 Virtual Fed event on racism & the economy. Fed AI forum. | Wed Jan 13 U.S. CPI, budget statement. Fed's Beige Book. | Thu Jan 14 CES is digital. U.S. initial jobless claims.

All times are Eastern and subject to change.
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Thursday, Jan 14
INVESTORS market practices industry update
11:30 am - noon

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at the agencies
Tuesday, Jan 12
Three U.S. Fed presidents speak on Racism and the Economy: Focus on Education. Speakers include the Boston Fed’s Eric Rosengren, the Dallas Fed’s Robert Kaplan, and the Minneapolis Fed’s Neel Kashkari. A virtual video event presented by all 12 district banks of the Federal Reserve System.

Tuesday, Jan 12 -
Wednesday, Jan 13
Virtual Federal Reserve artificial intelligence symposium. Leading academic researchers in the field will discuss many of the key issues related to the use of AI in banking, including challenges associated with transparency and fairness. Register here.
on the hill
Monday, Jan 11
Democrats will launch a second attempt to remove Donald Trump from office when they introduce articles of impeachment in the House of Representatives over the rampage on Capitol Hill by the president’s supporters.
across the globe
Tuesday, Jan 12
ROME, Italy
G20 1st Framework Working Group Meeting (finance track).

Tuesday, Jan 12
PARIS, France
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development publication launch: OECD Science, Technology and Innovation Outlook 2020.

Wednesday, Jan 11
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

Wednesday, Jan 11
ECB (European Central Bank) President Christine Lagarde speaks at an online conference on the EU economy post-Covid and post-Brexit.

Thursday, Jan 14
The ECB publishes the account of its December monetary policy meeting.

Thursday, Jan 14
VIENNA, Austria
OPEC monthly Oil Market Report released.
other events
Monday, Jan 11 -
Thursday, Jan 14
CES 2021, at which as many as 200,000 visitors usually spend a week on the Las Vegas Strip scoping out potential tech breakthroughs, will be entirely virtual.

Wednesday, Jan 13
U.S. inflation figures will be closely watched as investors are braced for higher rates in 2021. They expect the U.S. economy to recover after the positive vaccine news and the announcement last week that the Democratic party had secured control of the government.
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