DIARY – Today in Washington – June 9

June 9



0900/1300: Senators Charles Schumer, Lindsey Graham and
other congressional critics of China’s currency and trade
practices testify at U.S.-China Economic and Security Review
Commission hearing to evaluate China’s past and future role in
the World Trade Organization.

1000/1400: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies
before the House Budget Committee on economic and financial
conditions and the federal budget.

1000/1400: The Commerce Dept. issues Wholesale Inventories
for April.

1030/1400: The Energy Information Administration issues
weekly petroleum stocks and output data.

1130/1530: The Treasury Dept. sells 56-day cash management

1300/1700: The Treasury Dept. sells 10-year notes.

1400/1800: The Federal Reserve issues the Beige Book of
Economic Conditions.

1600/2000: Richmond, Va. – Federal Reserve Chairman Ben
Bernanke speaks on workforce development at a Richmond Fed Bank


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DIARY – Today in Washington – June 9