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     LONDON, SEP 19TH (MNI) - Below are the known dates for auctions of European
bonds and U.K. gilts. In addition, forthcoming syndication deals in the pipeline
are also listed below, along with a summary of recent MNI exclusive comments
from EMU debt agencies.
DATE        GMT   COUNTRY        AMOUNT                      DETAILS     COMMENT
19 Sep     0935        UK     Stg2.5bln               Gilt 1.5% 2047  Re-opening
20 Sep     0935   Germany         E2bln               Bund 15-Aug-48         New
21 Sep     0945     Spain   $4.0-4.5bln            SPGB 0.05% Jan-21  Re-opening
21 Sep     0945     Spain             "             SPGB 1.3% Oct-26  Re-opening
21 Sep     0945     Spain             "            SPGB 5.15% Jul-44  Re-opening
21 Sep     1000    France       E6-7bln                OAT 0% Feb-20  Re-opening
21 Sep     1000    France             "                OAT 0% Mar-23         new
21 Sep     1000    France             "             OAT 1.75% Nov-24  Re-opening
21 Sep     1000    France   E1.5-2.0bln            OATei 0.1% Mar-21  Re-opening
21 Sep     1000    France             "             OATi 0.1% Mar-28  Re-opening
21 Sep     1000    France             "            OATei 0.7% Jul-30  Re-opening
26 Sep     0920     Italy                                  CTZ/BTPei  TBA 21 Sep
26 Sep     0935   Germany         E4bln             Schatz 13-Sep-19  Re-opening
27 Sep     0935        UK                   0.125% Gilt IL 0.125% 36
28 Sep     0920     Italy                                        M/L  TBA 25 Sep
4 Oct      0935   Germany       E3.0bln             Bund 0.5% Aug-27  Re-opening
11 Oct     0935   Germany       E3.0bln                Obl 0% Oct-22  Re-opening
11 Oct     0935   Germany       E4.0bln             Schatz 0% Sep-19  Re-opening
11 Oct      DDA     Neths       E5-7bln              DSL 1.75%Jan-24  Re-opening
16 Oct           Slovakia
17 Oct     0935   Germany         E4bln             Schatz 05 Sep-19  Re-opening
18 Oct     0935   Germany         E1bln                  Bund Aug-48  Re-opening
25 Oct     0935   Germany         E3bln             Bund 0.5% Aug-27  Re-opening
08 Nov     1035   Germany         E3bln                Obl 0% Oct-22  Re-opening
14 Nov     1035   Germany         E5bln                Schatz Dec-19         New
15 Nov     1035   Germany         E3bln             Bund 0.5% Aug-27  Re-opening
20 Nov           Slovakia
22 Nov     1035   Germany       E1.0bln                  Bund Aug-48  Re-opening
29 Nov     1035   Germany       E3.0bln                Obl 0% Oct-22  Re-opening
6 Dec      1035   Germany         E2bln               Bund 0% Aug-27  Re-opening
12 Dec     1035   Germany       E3.0bln                Schatz Dec-19  Re-opening
Below are other planned/possible syndicated deals in pipeline:
* UK looking to issue an index-linked Gilt via syndication in Q3. 
* Slovakia intends to open at least 3 new lines of government bonds via
syndicated sale or auction in 2017. Their first was E2bln 15 Year.
--MNI London Bureau; +44-203-586-2230; email:

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