(By: D’ORIGIN; Source: BN, REUTERS, Others)
Monday, Sept. 26
•CENTRAL BANKS: Armenia sets refinancing rate, Israel base rate decision.
•ECONOMY: Dallas Fed manufacturing index (Sept.); New Zealand trade (Aug.); Germany IFO business climate (Sept.); Turkey real sector confidence index (Sept.) and capacity utilization data (Sept.); Portugal budget report (Aug.); Finland retail sales (Aug.); Brazil current account (Aug.)
•ENERGY/COMMODITIES: USDA crop data (weekly), Manitoba crops report (weekly), EU MARS crop report (Aug.)
•Clinton and Trump. Source: Bloomberg
The first of three televised U.S. presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is held at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. Lester Holt of NBC News will moderate. 21:00 EDT.
•Argentina Central Bank President Federico Sturzenegger presents the country’s 2017 inflation targets at a press conference in Buenos Aires. Timing to be determined.
•U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew travels to Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico for meetings to promote economic growth and combat money laundering. Through Sept. 29.
•Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s cabinet meets to set a date for the planned referendum on constitutional reform.
•European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks at a quarterly hearing of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament. The event starts at 16:05 in Brussels (10:05 EDT).
•The 15th International Energy Forum will be held in Algiers, with participants including energy ministers from OPEC nations and Russia. Through Sept. 28.
•Sales of new U.S. one-family homes probably declined in August from an almost nine-year high, settling at a pace that remains consistent with steady housing demand, a report from the Commerce Department is projected to show. 10:00 in Washington.
•U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan speaks at the annual convention of the Independent Bankers Association of Texas at 12:30 in San Antonio. (13:30 EDT). Fed President Neel Kashkari will open the Too-Big-To-Fail symposium, sponsored by the Minneapolis Fed. 08:30 local time (09:30 EDT).