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Reserve Bank: Schedule Of Expected Release Dates


: 23 July 1999
For Immediate Release


Week commencing 26 July 1999

Thursday 29 July: 11.30 am

Turnover of Selected Commonwealth Government Securities*

Friday 30 July 11.30am

Financial Aggregates - June 1999

Friday 30 July 11.30 am

Non-Official Holdings of Selected Short Term Commonwealth Government Securities and Net Repurchase/Resale Obligations Outstanding*

Friday 30 July 4.30 pm

Statement of Liabilities and Assets*

Friday 30 July 4.30 pm

Exchange Rates*

* These Releases are issued every week at these times.


In addition to the usual weekly releases, the following releases are expected during the next three months. Release dates will be no later than the dates specified below. Any changes will be notified as far as possible in the weekly schedule.

3 August 4.30 pm

Reserve Bank Index of Commodity Prices - July 1999

9 August 4.30 pm

Official Reserve Assets - July 1999

18 August 3.00 pm

Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin - August 1999

31 August 11.30 am

Financial Aggregates - July 1999

1 September 4.30 pm

Reserve Bank Index of Commodity Prices - August 1999

7 September 4.30 pm

Official Reserve Assets - August 1999

15 September 3.00 pm

Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin - September 1999

30 September 11.30 am

Financial Aggregates - August 1999

1 October 4.30 pm

Reserve Bank Index of Commodity Prices - September 1999

7 October 4.30 pm

Official Reserve Assets - September 1999

18 October 3.00 pm

Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin - October 1999

29 October 11.30 am

Financial Aggregates - September 1999

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