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     LONDON, NOV 10TH (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.
            TIME
DATE         GMT   COUNTRY        AMOUNT                     DETAILS     COMMENT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
13 Nov      1020     Italy   E1.5-2.0bln             BTP 0.2% Oct-20  Re-opening
13 Nov      1020     Italy   E2.0-2.5bln            BTP 1.45% Nov-24  Re-opening
13 Nov      1020     Italy   E1.0-1.5bln            BTP 2.45% Sep-33  Re-opening
13-15 Nov            Italy                             BTP Italia 6Y
14 Nov      0800     Neths       E2-3bln            DSL 0.75% Jul-27  Re-opening
14 Nov      1035   Germany         E5bln               Schatz Dec-19         New
15 Nov      1035   Germany         E3bln            Bund 0.5% Aug-27  Re-opening
16 Nov      1035        UK                           Gilt 1.25% 2027  Re-opening
16 Nov      1050     Spain                                            TBA 13 Nov
16 Nov      1100    France                                  2-7Y/ILB  TBA 10 Nov
20 Nov      1015  Slovakia
20 Nov      1100   Belgium                                            TBA 13 Nov
21 Nov      1035        UK                 I/L Gilt 0.125% Gilt 2026  Re-opening
22 Nov      1035   Germany       E1.0bln                 Bund Aug-48  Re-opening
27 Nov      1020     Italy                                 CTZ/BTPei  TBA 22 Nov
29 Nov      1020     Italy                               M/L auction  TBA 24 Nov
5 Dec       1035        UK                           Gilt 0.75% 2023  Re-opening
6 Dec       1035   Germany         E2bln              Bund 0% Aug-27  Re-opening
7 Dec       1035        UK                            Gilt 1.5% 2047  Re-opening
7 Dec       1050     Spain                                             TBA 4 Dec
7 Dec       1100    France                                       7Y+   TBA 1 Dec
12 Dec      1015   Austria                                             TBA 5 Dec
12 Dec      1035   Germany       E3.0bln               Schatz Dec-19  Re-opening
13 Dec      1020     Italy                               M/L auction   TBA 7 Dec
13 Dec      1035        UK                      I/L Gilt 0.125% 2036  Re-opening
14 Dec      1050     Spain                                            TBA 11 Dec
21 Dec      1100    France                                  2-7Y/ILB  TBA 15 Dec
27 Dec      1020     Italy                          CTZ only auction  TBA 20 Dec
28 Dec      1020     Italy                               M/L auction  TBA 21 Dec
Below are other planned/possible syndicated deals in pipeline:
* UK doing issue an index-linked Gilt via syndication in Q3. 
* Italy are said to be studying a 20Y BTP.
--MNI London Bureau; +44-203-586-2230; email: david.keeble@marketnews.com
[TOPICS: MTABLE,MNXAU$,M$E$$$,M$X$$$,M$$FI$]

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