Week inAdvance
Monday | Jul 4, 2022
Mon Jul 4 US celebrates Fourth of July. The Boston Pops show returns. | Tue Jul 5 Joint WTO-ITC event. | Wed Jul 6 FOMC minutes. Running of the Bulls in Pamplona. | Thu Jul 7 G20 foreign ministers in Bali. | Fri Jul 8 'French Davos' in Aix-en-Provence. | Sat Jul 9 Eid al-Adha, one of the most important festivals in the Muslim calendar, begins.

The Group of 20 foreign ministers’ meeting is held in Bali against a backdrop of geopolitical and economic challenges, many triggered by Russia’s war in Ukraine. Israel, Australia and Poland are among countries setting monetary policy, while Mexico, Russia and South Korea are among those posting inflation data. 

Between scrapped flights and labor walkouts, Europe is looking at another messy week for mass transportation. Leading names in technology, media and investing converge on Sun Valley, Idaho, for Allen & Co.’s annual conference. 

Monday is a US market holiday as America celebrates Independence Day, with festivities including the return of the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular to the city.

All times are Eastern and subject to change.
save the date
Thursday, Jul 14
INVESTORS market practices industry update
10:30 - 11 am

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at the agencies
Wednesday, Jul 6
Minutes from the Fed's June 14-15 Federal Open Market Committee meeting, at which policy makers hiked the benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points, are released.
on the hill

House & Senate not in session.
across the globe
Monday, Jul 4 -
Tuesday, Jul 5
LUGANO, Switzerland
At the Ukraine Recovery Conference leaders from around the world will hopefully pledge billions to finance Ukraine's post-war recovery and reconstruction.

Tuesday, Jul 5
GENEVA, Switzerland (hybrid)
Joint WTO-ITC (World Trade Organization / International Trade Centre) event: Facilitating sustainable and inclusive trade for our planet.

Tuesday, Jul 5 -
Wednesday, Jul 6
BOE Chief Economist Huw Pillis the keynote speaker on the second day of the Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance’s annual conference at King's College. BOE Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe on Wednesday will be on a panel about central bank digital currency. This year’s theme is “The Role of Central Banks in a Transforming World.”

Wednesday, Jul 6 -
Thursday, Jul 14
Spain’s Festival of San Fermín, which includes its Running of the Bulls event.

Thursday, Jul 7 -
Friday, Jul 8
BALI, Indonesia
G20 foreign ministers’ meeting convenes. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrovis among those scheduled to attend.

Friday, Jul 8 -
Sunday, Jul 10
The “French Davos,” Rencontres Economiques forum. Speakers include ECB President Christine Lagarde.

Friday, Jul 8
The ECB will announce the aggregate results of its first climate-risk stress test for European banks.
other events
Monday, Jul 4
BOSTON, Massachusetts
The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, a July 4th holiday tradition, is returning to the city for the first time in three years. One of the premier US Independence Day celebrations, it will feature members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra along with performing artists Chaka Khan, Heather Headley and Javier Colon on the Charles River Esplanade. Bloomberg Television and Radio hosts a live national broadcast of the event. 8 p.m.

Tuesday, Jul 5
Anniversary of the invention in 1946 of the bikini by Louis Réard, a French car engineer and clothing designer, who named his garment after the site used by the US for atomic tests.

Tuesday, Jul 5 -
Friday, Jul 8
Allen & Co. hosts its annual invitation-only Sun Valley Conference in Idaho, with billionaires and other luminaries jetting in. Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Apple Inc.’s Tim Cookare among those on the guest list, according to Variety.

Wednesday, Jul 6
The UN releases its annual “The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World” report.