DIARY – Today in Washington – April 8

April 8



0830/1230 – Federal Reserve Board Governor Elizabeth Duke
speaks on “The Importance of Financial Education” before the
JumpStart Coalition Event on Financial Education, Renaissance

0830/1230: Labor Dept issues weekly Jobless Claims

0830/1230: USDA releases weekly Export Sales

1000/1400: Freddie Mac issues weekly U.S. mortgage rates

1030/1430: EIA issues weekly U.S. underground natural gas

1100/1500: Treasury Dept makes weekly announcement of 3-
and 6-month bill sale offerings

1300/1700: Treasury Dept sells 30-year bonds

1300/1700: Office of Management and Budget Director Peter
Orszag participates in an Economic Club of Washington, D.C.
forum on “the 2011 Obama administration budget, the fiscal
trajectory of the U.S., and the projected economic impact of
health care reform and other federal government management and
fiscal issues.” Economic Club of Washington D.C.

1600/2000: SAN FRANCISCO – Federal Reserve Vice Chairman
Donald Kohn speaks on the economic outlook before a community
leaders luncheon hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San

No set time: The Association of American Railroads issues
Weekly Traffic of Major Railroads

After 1600/2000: ICI weekly money market mutual fund data

2030/0030: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke speaks on
“Economic Policy: Lessons from History” before the Center for
the Study of the Presidency and Congress’ 43rd Annual Alexander
Hamilton Awards Dinner


DIARY – Federal Reserve Events [FED/DIARY]

U.S. Indicators [US/ECI]

U.S. Treasury new issues calendar [US/C]

Investment Analysis

DIARY – Today in Washington – April 8