DIARY – Today in Washington – June 22

June 22



930/1330: U.S. International Trade Commission holds hearing
to examine impact of China’s agricultural barriers on U.S.
exports, as requested by Senate Finance Committee leaders.

1000/1400 – Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner testifies
on the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program before a
Congressional Oversight Panel hearing.

1000/1400: The National Association of Realtors issues
Existing Home Sales for May.

1000/1400: The U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency issues
April home price index.

1130/1530: The Treasury Dept. holds weekly sale of 4-week

1300/1700: The Treasury Dept. sells 2-year notes.

The Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee begins
2-day interest rate policy meeting.

1500/1900 – USDA issues monthly Cold Storage data.

1630/2030: The American Petroleum Institute issues weekly
national petroleum report.


DIARY – Federal Reserve Events [FED/DIARY]

U.S. Indicators [US/ECI]

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

Stock Investing

DIARY – Today in Washington – June 22