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EU Agenda: Week Ahead - 6-11 November 2017

05 November 2017, 18:03 CET

This week, the COP23 - UN climate conference begins in Bonn; the EU Council debates steps towards completing the banking union, and sustainable use of pesticides; the Commission holds a European Defence Agency matchmaking event, the Translating Europe Forum and an event on public-public partnerships; the European Parliament hosts a conference on investing in clean energy; MEPs in committee vote on a system for the control of external borders; and it's Raw Materials Week. The week's events in the European Union including EU Council, Commission and Parliament meetings and other EU-related conferences and events. Events for the week of 6 to 11 November 2017.

Monday 6 - Tuesday 7 November

Council of the EU and European Council, , Presidency of the Council of the EU, Political Meetings, Food, farming and fisheries, Institutional affairs

Agriculture and Fisheries Council

Brussels

Agriculture

The Commission will present a report on the sustainable use of pesticides and ministers will exchange views.

The Council will also discuss the state of play of trade-related agricultural issues and sustainable soil management.

Under any other business, ministers will also be informed about the outcomes of:

  • the summit for 'Equal quality of products for all'
  • the recent meeting of the Visegrad group:
  • - renewable energy directive
  • - BIOEAST initiative on knowledge-based agriculture, aquaculture and forestry in the bio-economy

Agenda and briefing

Monday 6 November

Council of the EU and European Council, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Political Meetings, Economy and the euro

Eurogroup

Brussels

The Eurogroup meeting on 6 November will take place in two formats:

  • at 15:00 – a regular meeting among the euro area ministers
  • at 17:00 – a meeting in an inclusive format, among the ministers of 27 EU member states.

The second part is the Eurogroup's preparatory work for the December Euro Summit, which will discuss matters related to the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). President Tusk has announced that the Euro Summit will take place in an inclusive format. This includes the euro area member states, the non-euro area member states who have signed the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (TSCG) as well as the Czech Republic and Croatia who have been invited as observers.

Meeting in euro area format

Banking union - euro area aspects

The Eurogroup will hear a presentation by the Chair of the European Central Bank's Supervisory Board, Danièle Nouy, on ECB banking supervision activities since last April. The Board's activities are presented at the Eurogroup biannually.

The Chair of the Single Resolution Board, Elke König, will also inform the Eurogroup about the Board's activities over the past months.

Thematic discussion on growth and jobs: investment in human capital

Ministers are expected to exchange national practices related to public investment in human capital, and more concretely, efficient spending on education systems. The Commission has made available a note containing its analysis of this subject.

The discussion is linked to the common principles to promote investment, on which agreement was reached by the Eurogroup in April 2017. According to one of these principles, the euro area needs to ensure high-quality public investment to boost knowledge-intensive and sustainable growth.

It is also related to the Eurogroup's discussion on the quality of public finances and spending reviews.

Meeting in inclusive format

Completing the banking union

Ministers of 27 EU member states will discuss the possible steps towards the completion of the banking union. The Commission will present the main elements of its recent Communication on this topic.

In June 2016, the Council concluded a roadmap to complete the banking union. In June 2017, the Council Presidency presented a progress report on the ongoing work on measures to strengthen the banking union and reduce risks in the banking sector.

Fiscal capacity and fiscal rules for the EMU

Ministers will exchange views on the future fiscal governance in the euro area, including issues related to fiscal rules and ideas related to possible new euro area fiscal policy instruments.

Agenda and briefing

Monday 6 November

Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation

Copernicus information session

Tallinn, Estonia

Copernicus is an EU Earth observation programme that gives free access to satellite data and services. The aim of this information session, organised under the auspices of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, is to raise awareness in the public and private sector about the many uses of satellite data. Presentations held during the session are with a practical approach and will cover a broad range of topics, for example, atmosphere, agriculture and forestry.

More information on the event

Monday 6 November

European Parliament, Political Meetings, Institutional affairs

European Parliament Committee and Political Group Meetings

Brussels

External borders control: an advanced system to facilitate the control of the EU's external borders will be voted on in the Civil Liberties Committee. This update of the Schengen Information System (SIS II) should help with information sharing between national judicial and police authorities on return migration decisions. The proposals also provide for a more effective use of fingerprints and facial images and a new alert system for cases related to terrorism.

Rule of Law in Poland: Civil Liberties Committee MEPs will continue to look into the ongoing Commission procedure to protect the rule of law in Poland in a debate with First Vice-President Frans Timmermans.

Plenary preparations: political groups will prepare for next week's plenary debates and votes on the extension of the European Fund for strategic investment ("Juncker fund") to further boost Europe's economy and also on the agreement with member states on the protection against dumped and subsidised imports from third countries. MEPs will discuss the rule of law in Poland and in Malta and prepare draft resolutions. Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs will prepare for debates with Federica Mogherini on US President Trump and the Iranian Nuclear Deal, Yemen and Afghanistan. Car safety, retail financial services, enforcement of consumer protection laws are other topics which will be brought up for the upcoming plenary.

Agenda by day in PDF format

Monday 6 - Friday 10 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation

15th JRC annual training on composite indicators and scoreboards & 2017 annual meeting of Community of Practice

Ispra, Italy

The training (06-08 November) will offer the lessons learnt from the Joint Research Centre (JRC) assessments on more than 100 well-known composite indicators and scoreboards.

The training is open to all (researchers, policy analysts) with an interest in scoreboards, composite indicators and multi-criteria analysis.

Training objectives:

  • to foster a practical exchange of experiences across a wide range of key policy areas that are monitored through composite indicators and scoreboards
  • to present the concepts of composite indicators and scoreboards and discuss similarities/differences, strengths/weaknesses, policy uses etc.

In the following days (09-10 November), the 2017 annual meeting of Community of Practice on composite indicators and scoreboards will take place.

More information on the event

Monday 6 - Tuesday 7 November

European Commission, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Justice and citizens' rights

8th EU Diversity Charters annual forum – Diversity and leadership in a world in flux

Tallinn, Estonia

The Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the European Commission in collaboration with the Estonian Diversity Charter are co-organising this year's annual forum to promote diversity management at the workplace.

This year's forum will focus on how the leadership can allow us to develop the diversity and inclusion policies and overcome the challenges in changing societies, politics and economics, with new business models, technological advances and new ways to work and communicate. The annual forum will bring together around 200 diversity experts, businesses and public sector representatives.

More information on the event

Monday 6 - Friday 10 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Energy, environment and climate, Research and innovation

Raw Materials Week 2017

Brussels

The Raw Materials Week will be a great opportunity for the raw materials community to discuss and exchange on all relevant issues: policy, technology, international cooperation, framework conditions, etc.

The Raw Materials Week is centred around a series of events organised by the European Commission addressing the latest news regarding raw materials in the EU:

  • 6 November: Copernicus for raw materials
  • 7 November: EU advanced mining country raw materials diplomacy dialogue & EU critical raw materials event
  • 8 November: 5th annual high level conference of the European innovation partnership (EIP) on raw materials
  • 9 November:
    • Horizon 2020 - Societal challenge 5, infoday and brokerage event
    • Reconciling biodiversity protection and extractive activities within the Natura 2000 network
    • The EU Raw Materials Knowledge Base in support of EU raw materials policy

More information on the event

Monday 6 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Employment and social rights

From crisis management towards everyday practice: Lessons from the refugees' integration for future labour market and social policies

Brussels

Addressing the integration of refugees is an integral part of our efforts to modernise and build inclusive social and labour market policies, in order to offer meaningful opportunities for all to participate in society and the economy.

This conference aims to:

  • take stock of the societal response and the major refugee-related policy developments at EU, national, regional and local level on labour market and social integration and determine what are the lessons learned
  • discuss whether and how these developments and know-how change the way and means to address other challenges across EU societies and labour markets; and whether we can transform these short-term solutions into long-term gains for our society and our economy

More information on the event

Monday 6 - Friday 17 November

European Commission, Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Energy, environment and climate

COP23 - UN climate conference

Bonn, Germany

The 2017 UN climate change conference will be convened under the Presidency of Fiji. The EU and its Member States will participate as parties of the UN climate convention. During the conference, a series of side events on climate change topics will also take place in the EU Pavilion.

More information on the event

Monday 6 - Tuesday 7 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Business, taxation and competition, Culture, education and youth

Translating Europe Forum 2017

Brussels

The translation department of the European Commission is organising the 4th edition of the Translating Europe Forum, focusing this year on translators' skills and employability.

Representatives of all sides of the European translation community are welcome to debate the following topics:

  • What skills do young and established translators need to master in order to thrive in the business?
  • Are there sets of 'new skills' corresponding to changing/emerging market needs?
  • What are the new profiles needed in the language industry?
  • How can translators keep up to date and find the right training at the right time?
  • What are the specific skills required to master translation tools and technologies?

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation, Security and defence

European Commission and European Defence Agency matchmaking event

Brussels

On 7 November a matchmaking event will be organised in Brussels by the European Defence Agency (EDA) and the European Commission (EC). Information will be exchanged on projects developed at the EDA and the EC in the field of nanotechnologies, advanced materials and advanced manufacturing and processing.

Consortium representatives of the EU funded 7th Framework Programme (FP7) and Horizon 2020 and of EDA projects will present their results to identify potential reciprocal benefits for civil and defence entities and to foster cross-fertilisation of outputs and ideas.

The objective of the event is to explore how research and innovation results from Horizon 2020 and EDA could be mutually beneficial, enhancing defence and security capabilities.

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 November

European Commission, Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation

Annual event on public-public partnerships

Brussels

The annual Joint Programming Event, jointly organised by ERA-LEARN and the European Commission, will focus on the future of public-public-partnerships (P2Ps) under the motto 'Co-designing public-public partnerships for the next Framework Programme' to emphasise the collaborative approach in involving stakeholders for the future design.

P2Ps align national strategies, helping to overcome the fragmentation of the public research effort. P2Ps involve varying degrees of joint effort, such as the coordination and integration of national programmes, the implementation of joint calls with European Commission contribution, and high-level commitment to address a particular societal challenge.

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 - Thursday 9 November

Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Consumer affairs and public health, Employment and social rights

Occupational safety and health (OSH) conference

Tallinn, Estonia

The Estonian Labour Inspectorate and the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs are organising, under the auspices of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the Occupational safety and health (OSH) conference, themed 'New forms of work and occupational safety and health'.

The world of work is changing due to new technologies, it is more project-based and new generations have different expectations and habits. However, even in these new, non-traditional work settings the high European standards for occupational health and safety need to be maintained.

The conference will bring together experts, academics, social partners, regulators and enforces to discuss the challenges the new forms of work are bringing for the legislation and the enforcement.

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 - Wednesday 8 November

Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation, Transport and travel

Digitalising Europe's aviation infrastructure

Tallinn, Estonia

Against the backdrop of the European Digital Transport Days and in the framework of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU) is organising an event to kick off the campaign for the next edition of the European Air Traffic Management (ATM) Master Plan – the common roadmap for modernising Europe's ATM system.

Taking into account the views of different stakeholder groups, the conference will explore the challenges and opportunities in this new digital era of aviation. More specifically, it will look at the role the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) plays in driving the digitalisation agenda forward and will highlight the synergies of the European ATM Master Plan with the EU's aviation strategy. Speakers will include high-level representatives from European institutions and the aviation community.

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 - Wednesday 8 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Culture, education and youth, Justice and citizens' rights

11th European Forum on the rights of the child: Children deprived of their liberty and alternatives to detention

Brussels

The European Forum on the rights of the child is an annual conference organised by the European Commission. It gathers key actors from EU Member States (as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and the Western Balkans), international organisations, NGOs, Ombudspersons for children, practitioners, academics and EU institutions to promote good practice on the rights of the child.

On 7 November 2017, plenary addresses by representatives of EU institutions and international organisations will serve to frame the legal and policy contexts at European and international level.

On 8 November, four parallel sessions will address:

  • children in conflict with the law
  • children in immigration detention
  • children in institutions (deprived of parental care, with disabilities, mental health reasons)
  • children of parents in prison

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 November

European Commission, European Parliament, Events/Conf/Fairs, Energy, environment and climate

Parliament to host conference on investing in clean energy

European Parliament, Brussels

Significant investment is needed in the energy sector to help the EU achieve its ambitious climate change targets, which were agreed as part of the Paris Agreement. The Clean Energy for All Europeans package aims to set the legal framework to make this transformation possible.

To look at the issues involved, the European Parliament will host a high-level conference on financing clean energy for all Europeans in Brussels on 7 November from 9.30 to 18.30 CET. It is organised by the Parliament and the European Commission. Registration starts at 8.30 CET.

Bringing together political leaders, policy makers, the investor community, energy market participants and other stakeholders, the conference will review and debate the Clean Energy Package and focus on specific areas of investment in the energy transition:

  • The current and future role of EU financial support for the energy transition
  • Setting the scene: making the clean energy transition happen
  • Supporting the shift towards clean and efficient energy at the local level
  • Investing in energy projects – interconnectors
  • Investing in renewables to connect Europe

More information on the event

Tuesday 7 November

Council of the EU and European Council, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Political Meetings, Economy and the euro

Economic and Financial Affairs Council

Brussels

The Council will be called on to agree on proposals to revamp VAT rules so as to better support electronic commerce and online businesses. Part of the digital single market strategy, the proposals are aimed at making it easier to buy and sell goods and services online.

Ministers will discuss proposals aimed at strengthening financial supervision and encouraging capital market integration.

The Court of Auditors will present its annual report on management of the EU budget, on the basis of which discharge of the 2016 budget will be decided. Other items on the agenda include statistics and the autumn G20 and IMF meetings.

Agenda and briefing

Wednesday 8 November

Other bodies and agencies, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation

Satellite Masters conference and Horizon 2020 space info day

Tallinn, Estonia

One of the key events within European Space Week is the 4th edition of the Satellite Masters conference and Horizon 2020 space info day. This event brings together the most important space stakeholders, forward-thinking industry partners, thriving startups and visionaries, all of whom drive forward space in Europe.

Following a high-level opening ceremony, the conference features various sessions on different elements of the Horizon 2020 space work programme 2018-2020. During high-level workshops, experts will give more details on the upcoming calls for project proposals.

Moreover, the event showcases the best application examples implementing Europe's flagship programmes Copernicus and Galileo and gives the floor to the top winners of the Copernicus Masters and the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC), as well as to keynote speakers on pioneering space topics.

This event is organised under the auspices of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, as part of the European Space Week.

More information on the event

Wednesday 8 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Business, EU regional and urban development

GROW your REGIOn conference: Boosting smart interregional collaboration through clusters

Valencia, Spain

The 2d edition of the 'Grow your region' conference will take place in Valencia, Spain and is co-organised by the European Commission's Directorate-Generals for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs and for Regional and Urban Policy, in cooperation with the Valencia Regional Authority.

Lessons will be drawn on how smart specialisation strategies were used and how clusters have supported growth in Europe's regions.

The conference is an opportunity to: share your smart specialisation and cluster experience and practices; exchange ideas about future actions for smart interregional collaboration; learn about novel ways of supporting innovation and accelerating industrial modernisation and SME growth.

More information on the event

Wednesday 8 November

Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Employment and social rights

Tackling fraudulent contracting of work in the EU: challenges and responses

European Parliament, Brussels

The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) is organising a debate with members of the European Parliament and European social partners.

The discussion will be mainly based on Eurofound's research on fraudulent contracting of work practices and recent findings related to the situation in the sectors of construction, industrial cleaning and road haulage, across at least 3 of the following countries: Austria, Finland, France, Poland and Spain.

More information on the event

Wednesday 8 - Friday 10 November

European Commission, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Research and innovation, Transport and travel

Digital Transport Days

Tallinn, Estonia

The European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU welcome you to the Digital Transport Days, held in Tallinn from 8 to 10 November 2017.

The conference will aim to explore the potential and address the challenges of the digitalisation of transport and mobility both for passengers and freight. High-level speakers will include Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport, and Kadri Simson, Estonian Minister for Economic Affairs and Infrastructure.

More information on the event

Wednesday 8 - Thursday 9 November

Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Consumer affairs and public health, Security and defence

Conference 'Safer Europe without falsified medicines'

Tallinn, Estonia

This is a two-day conference about the implementation of safety features in medicinal products in the EU (Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/161)). The main focus of the conference is on legal aspects of the process, and the implementation of IT solutions at national and EU level.

Organising the conference during the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU supports the Presidency priority for Digital Europe and the free movement of data.

More information on the event

Wednesday 8 - Thursday 9 November

European Aviation Safety Agency, Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Security and defence, Transport and travel

High-level conference on cybersecurity in civil aviation

Krakow, Poland

Cyber-threats to the civil aviation system are considered a major concern. Cyber-attacks against civil aviation operations could potentially be catastrophic with significant casualties, disruption to civil aviation services, and/or damage to critical infrastructure. Equally endangered are airlines, airports and air traffic management.

The conference will bring together States, industry, partners and other key players to raise awareness of the threats as well as discuss and develop practical and sustainable policies, approaches and measures to protect against them and mitigate their impact.

A workshop will be held the day after the conference on November 9. It will be dedicated to discuss technical matters.

The event is organised in close cooperation by the Polish Ministry Infrastructure and Construction, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Poland.

More information on the event

Thursday 9 - Saturday 11 November

Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Consumer affairs and public health, Research and innovation

Training course on acute respiratory pandemics: How to plan and manage

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

This practical course, jointly organised by the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) will cover outbreak investigation, pandemic planning, recent developments in respiratory pathogen biology and therapy, and will focus around two practical scenarios in which participants will gain experience in managing an acute epidemic. Research during an epidemic and ethical aspects will also be covered.

Target audience: clinicians, pulmonary physicians, public health teams, nurses, allied healthcare professionals, intensivists, pediatricians, microbiologists, virologists and trainees in the above specialities.

More information on the event

Thursday 9 November

European Commission, Events/Conf/Fairs, Business

Professional services: How does regulation matter?

Brussels

This conference will focus on the lessons learned from the mutual evaluation of regulated professions (2014-2016). It will also examine the objectives of, and recent findings resulting from, the services package adopted in January 2017.

The work EU countries have done in this context will be highlighted, supported by recent studies showing the effects of regulation.

Stakeholders (including national authorities, professional, and consumer organisations) will have the opportunity to discuss. International experts and academic researchers will present their latest findings, including new analysis on the effect of regulation on the quality of services, followed by reports on recent regulatory developments and on-going reforms taking place in selected EU countries. Representatives from the European Parliament (EP) and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), as well as social partners, will also take part in the discussion.

More information on the event

Thursday 9 - Friday 10 November

European Commission, , Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Culture, education and youth, Employment and social rights

Conference/peer learning activity on the impact of national qualifications frameworks (NQFs)

Thessaloniki, Greece

Cedefop, in cooperation with the European Commission and Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), invites you to a conference/peer learning activity on the issue of NQF impact. Latest developments attest to the growing attention NFQs have been receiving from policymakers and practitioners.

The main aim of the event is to allow policymakers and practitioners to exchange experiences and discuss about the impact and challenges of NQF implementation.

Participants are expected to contribute actively to the event and conclusions from the different working sessions will be brought together in a final note.

More information on the event

Thursday 9 November

Presidency of the Council of the EU, Events/Conf/Fairs, Culture, education and youth, Employment and social rights

Conference 'Community guarantee'

Tallinn, Estonia

At the centre of the conference 'Community guarantee', organised under the auspices of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, is a look at best practice, and solutions for the support of youth who do not study or work, drawing on experience of solutions that have been implemented and/or that are in the youth field known as the third sector.

Each country presents its own examples, with different workshops where participants will be able to go through different topics, and the aim is to learn from each other's experiences. The organisers will also present the Estonian youth guarantee support measures 'Noorte tugila' and 'Nopi üles ' and the 'Youth centre logbook' digital monitoring tool.

More information on the event

Friday 10 November

European Council, Presidency of the Council of the EU, Political Meetings, Enlargement, external relations and trade, International aid, development and cooperation

Foreign Affairs Council

Brussels

WTO ministerial conference

The Council will discuss the latest developments and prospects in view of the 11th ministerial conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO), which will take place from 10 to 13 December, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ministers will consider the EU's priorities in the negotiations while upholding the central role of the WTO in the multilateral trading system.

Trade agreements

The Council will take stock of the ongoing negotiations for trade agreements with Mexico and Mercosur (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay).

As the EU is at a crucial moment in the process of reaching an agreement with both blocks, ministers will discuss the key outstanding issues.

Under "other business", the European Commission will present a report on the implementation of free trade agreements.

Ministers will discuss the stage of preparations for the free trade agreement with Japan and the implementation of so-called sustainable development chapters in EU trade agreements.

Agenda and briefing

Friday 10 November

Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Business, Research and innovation, Security and defence

ENISA validation workshop – Effective models for NIS start-ups

DG CONNECT, Brussels

The EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is conducting a study to identify the challenges and opportunities for EU start-ups in Network and Information Security (NIS) and to promote the creation of an environment (from a market and from a policy perspective) which will allow innovative ideas in NIS to be nurtured within the EU market. To validate the findings and recommendations of the study, ENISA is organising a work meeting with stakeholders from the industry and the policymaking sides.

More information on the event

Saturday 11 November

European Railway Agency, Other bodies and agencies, Events/Conf/Fairs, Security and defence, Transport and travel

Human Factors Network seminar

Brussels

The EU Agency for Railways (ERA) welcomes Violeta Bulc, commissioner for transport, to the Human Factors Network seminar, organised in Brussels, Belgium on November 11.

Contributing to a truly-lived European safety culture for rail, the seminar will explore current developments in safety culture: learning from others and promoting positive safety cultures in railways. And in support to ERA's objective of making Europe a world leader in safety, the workshop will look at human factors research contributing to solving operational issues for the successful deployment of the European railway traffic management system (ERTMS) and ways to ensure the effective application of automation in railway tasks.

Participation from safety authorities, investigations bodies, and representatives from railway companies, infrastructure managers and the railway industry is welcome.

More information on the event

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Eurozone Economic Calendar

Monday 20 November


14:00 ECB President Draghi's Speech

Tuesday 21 November


09:00 EU Financial Stability Review

Wednesday 22 November


08:00 Non-monetary policy's ECB meeting
15:00 Consumer Confidence (Nov) (Preliminary release)

Thursday 23 November


09:00 Markit Manufacturing PMI (Nov) (Preliminary release)
09:00 Markit Services PMI (Nov) (Preliminary release)
09:00 Markit PMI Composite (Nov) (Preliminary release)
12:30 ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts (Preliminary release)

Friday 24 November


19:30 CFTC EUR NC net positions
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