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  • *S&P 500, Dow, Russell 2000 mark record closing highs. June 13- Wall Street gained on Tuesday, with the S&P 500, Dow industrials and Russell 2000 setting record closing highs, as technology stocks bounced back and investors positioned for an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike. "I think the fall the last two days has been due to psychology not to any...

  • NEW YORK, June 13- World stock markets recovered after a technology-led selloff and short-dated U.S. bond yields hit multi-week peaks on Tuesday as investor focus turned to the Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting. "Wednesday's meeting is pretty much a high-risk event," said Charles Comiskey, head of Treasuries trading at Bank of Nova Scotia in New York.

  • *Dow industrials hit record intraday high. June 13- Wall Street gained on Tuesday, with the Dow hitting an all-time high, as bank shares rose ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike and technology stocks bounced back. "The selloff in tech probably was a bit further than people expected, so there is some bargain hunting back into that sector," said Rick...

  • **LONDON- Bank of England Director of the Supervisory Risk Specialists Charlotte Gerken will give speech at Operational Risk Europe 2017 1450 GMT. **LONDON- Bank of England Director for Banknotes and Chief Cashier Victoria Cleland will participates in the ATM& Cash Innovation Europe 2017 1420 GMT. LONDON European Central Bank board member Sabine...

  • **LONDON- Bank of England Director of the Supervisory Risk Specialists Charlotte Gerken will give speech at Operational Risk Europe 2017 1450 GMT. **LONDON- Bank of England Director for Banknotes and Chief Cashier Victoria Cleland will participates in the ATM& Cash Innovation Europe 2017 1420 GMT. LONDON European Central Bank board member Sabine...

  • In a story June 11 about police body cameras, The Associated Press reported erroneously that moonlighting officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, are not required to wear the cameras. The department changed its policy in May and now requires officers to use the cameras while working secondary jobs in uniform. "As long as they have real bullets, they need to have the...

  • June 12- Shares of TransDigm Group Inc fell as much as 7.3 percent to $250.18 on Monday, after Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren called for an investigation into the aircraft components supplier's government contracts. TransDigm may have avoided sharing cost information with the government for parts for which it is the sole source supplier, Warren...

  • "As long as they have real bullets, they need to have the body cameras," said John Barnett, a civil rights leader in Charlotte, North Carolina, where shootings involving police have put use of the cameras under scrutiny. An Associated Press survey of the 20 biggest U.S. cities found that nearly all have officers wearing or testing body cameras, but that only five—...

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  • VALLETTA- Informal meeting of the EU General Affairs Council. LUXEMBOURG CITY- EU Justice and Home Affairs Council meeting. MADRID- Bank of Spain Governor Luis M. Linde will deliver a speech at the "Twenty-First Annual European Financials Conference", organized by Goldman Sachs- 1030 GMT.

  • STOCKHOLM- Swedish central bank deputy governor, Cecilia Skingsley, to speak at the SABO financial conference and give her view of the current economic situation in Sweden and abroad. VALLETTA- Informal meeting of the EU General Affairs Council. OTTAWA- Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins to hold a press conference...

  • LJUBLJANA- Bank of Slovenia vice governors, Marko Bosnjak and Irena Vodopivec Jean, speak at a banking conference. PARIS- Swedish central bank deputy governor, Cecilia Skingsley, will participate in a panel and discuss the " Cashless Society and Fintech" at a conference arranged by the OECD. VALLETTA- Informal meeting of the EU General Affairs Council.

  • LJUBLJANA- Bank of Slovenia vice governors, Marko Bosnjak and Irena Vodopivec Jean, speak at a banking conference. PARIS- Swedish central bank deputy governor, Cecilia Skingsley, will participate in a panel and discuss the " Cashless Society and Fintech" at a conference arranged by the OECD. VALLETTA- Informal meeting of the EU General Affairs Council.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 5- A lean issuance calendar in the municipal bond market is propping up debt prices for U.S. cities and states and will likely keep a floor under some of the markets wobbly sectors, even hospitals, according to data and analysts. Credit traditionally seen as more risky by investors, such as BBB-rated hospitals that rely heavily on...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 5- A lean issuance calendar in the municipal bond market is propping up debt prices for U.S. cities and states and will likely keep a floor under some of the markets wobbly sectors, even hospitals, according to data and analysts. Credit traditionally seen as more risky by investors, such as BBB-rated hospitals that rely heavily on...

  • **MALTA- EU General Affairs Council informal meeting. STOCKHOLM- Swedish central bank deputy governor, Cecilia Skingsley, to speak at the SABO financial conference and give her view of the current economic situation in Sweden and abroad. VALLETTA- Informal meeting of the EU General Affairs Council.

  • ADDISON, Texas- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan speaks at a Q&A at the City of Addison Economic Development Luncheon- 1700 GMT. READING, Pennsylvania- Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on the economic outlook and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Economic Growth and Mobility Project before...

  • ADDISON, Texas- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan speaks at a Q&A at the City of Addison Economic Development Luncheon- 1700 GMT. READING, Pennsylvania- Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on the economic outlook and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Economic Growth and Mobility Project before...

  • LISBON- Member of the Supervisory Board Pentti Hakkarainen participates at the CIRSF annual international conference in Portugal 0945 GMT. WASHINGTON- European Central Bank Executive Board Member Sabine Lautenschlager gives a speech at the 17th annual international conference on Policy Challenges for the Financial Sector organised by the IMF/ World...

  • LISBON- Member of the Supervisory Board Pentti Hakkarainen participates at the CIRSF annual international conference in Portugal 0945 GMT. WASHINGTON- European Central Bank Executive Board Member Sabine Lautenschlager gives a speech at the 17th annual international conference on Policy Challenges for the Financial Sector organized by the IMF/ World...