DIARY – Today in Washington – March 25

March 25



0800/1200: Census bureau releases monthly soy crush and
cotton data.

0830/1230: The Labor Dept. issues weekly Jobless Claims.

0830/1230: The USDA releases weekly Export Sales.

1000/1400 – Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies
to House Financial Services Committee on unwinding the Fed’s
emergency programs.

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

1000/1400: Treasury Assistant Secretary for Finanacial
Stability Herbert Allison; Mr. Neil Barofsky, special inspector
general, Troubled Asset Relief Program; Gene Dodaro, acting
comptroller general, Government Accountability Office; and John
Taylor, president and CEO, National Community Reinvestment
Coalition, testify before a House Committee on Oversight and
Government Reform hearing on the Treasury Department’s
foreclosure prevention efforts.

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

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

1300/1700: The Treasury Dept. sells 7-year notes.

1330/1730: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner testifies
before a House Appropriations State, Foreign Operations and
Related Programs subcommittee hearing on “U.S. Department of
the Treasury International Programs.”


DIARY – Federal Reserve Events [FED/DIARY]

U.S. Indicators [US/ECI]

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

Stock Market Report

DIARY – Today in Washington – March 25