June 6-10, 2005
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan addresses international monetary conference in Beijing.
American Enterprise Institute holds discussion on tax reform.
National Association of Business Economics holds second day of a three-day conference on deciphering economic statistics.
Inter-American Development Bank holds seminar on economic infrastructures in Latin America.
Senate Agriculture Committee examines potential impact of Central American Free Trade Agreement on U.S. agriculture.
Senate Finance Committee holds hearing on United Airlines' pension collapse.
Senate Pensions Committee looks into hybrid and multi-employer pension plans.
House Judiciary subcommittee holds hearing on mutual fund abuses.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) discusses China's currency issues at the Council on Foreign Relations.
House Science Committee examines business efforts to control greenhouse gas emissions.
House Ways and Means Committee examines tax reform.
Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan discusses economic outlook before the congressional Joint Economic Committee.
National Academies and Federal Trade Commission hold conference on patent reform.
Senate Pensions Committee holds hearing on pension plan fraud.
Mortgage Bankers Association concludes three-day conference on non-prime lending and alternative mortgage products.
U.S. Conference of Mayors opens annual meeting in Chicago.
Economic indicator: April trade balance.