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By Michael Chrysostomou
     LONDON, APRIL 18TH (MNI) - Below are the known dates for auctions of
Eurozone and U.K. T-bills until the end of June 2018.
        TIME
DATE     GMT      COUNTRY     AMOUNT      TERM  MATURITY DATE     COMMENT
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20 Apr  1005           UK  Stg0.5bln   1-month   May 21, 2018     Re-open
20 Apr  1005           UK  Stg0.5bln   3-month   Jul 23, 2018     Re-open
20 Apr  1005           UK  Stg1.5bln   6-month   Oct 22, 2018         New
23 Apr  1255       France                                      TBA Apr 20
26 Apr  0905        Italy              6-month                 TBA Apr 20
30 Apr  1255       France                                      TBA Apr 27
02 May  0935      Belgium              4-month   Sep 13, 2018     Re-open
02 May  0935      Belgium              6-month    Nov 8, 2018     Re-open
02 May  0910       Greece    E875mln   26-week                 TBA Apr 27
07 May  0935  Netherlands              6-month   Oct 31, 2018         New
08 May  0840        Spain              6-month   Nov 16, 2018     Re-open
08 May  0840        Spain             12-month   May 10, 2019         New
08 May  0935      Belgium              4-month   Sep 13, 2018     Re-open
08 May  0935      Belgium             12-month    May 9, 2019         New
09 May  0910       Greece    E875mln   13-week                  TBA May 4
10 May  0905        Italy             12-month                  TBA May 7
14 May  0930      Germany    E2.0bln   5-month   Oct 10, 2018     Re-open
22 May  0840        Spain              3-month   Aug 17, 2018     Re-open
22 May  0840        Spain              9-month   Feb 15, 2019     Re-open
22 May  0935  Netherlands              3-month  July 31, 2018     Re-open
22 May  0935  Netherlands              6-month   Oct 31, 2018     Re-open
28 May  0930      Germany    E2.0bln   3-month   Aug 15, 2018     Re-open
29 May  0905        Italy              6-month                 TBA May 24
04 Jun  0935  Netherlands              6-month   Nov 30, 2018         New
05 Jun  0935      Belgium              4-month   Oct 11, 2018     Re-open
05 Jun  0935      Belgium              6-month   Dec 13, 2018     Re-open
06 Jun  0910       Greece    E1.0bln   13-week                  TBA Jun 1
06 Jun  0910       Greece   E1.25bln   26-week                  TBA Jun 1
11 Jun  0930      Germany    E3.0bln   6-month    Dec 5, 2018         New
12 Jun  0840        Spain              6-month    Dec 7, 2018     Re-open
12 Jun  0840        Spain             12-month   Jun 14, 2019         New
12 Jun  0905        Italy             12-month                  TBA Jun 7
12 Jun  0935      Belgium              3-month   Sep 13, 2018     Re-open
12 Jun  0935      Belgium             11-month    May 9, 2019     Re-open
13 Jun  0910       Greece    E1.0bln   13-week                  TBA Jun 8
18 Jun  0935  Netherlands              3-month   Aug 31, 2018     Re-open
18 Jun  0935  Netherlands              6-month   Nov 30, 2018     Re-open
19 Jun  0840        Spain              3-month   Sep 14, 2018     Re-open
19 Jun  0840        Spain              9-month    Mar 8, 2019     Re-open
27 Jun  0905        Italy              6-month                 TBA Jun 22
     * In its update 2019 financing update France's Agency France Tresor (AFT)
said the number of BTF's outstanding will remain stable 
     * Italy finance ministry said that 3-month Bills will only be issued for
specific cash needs and would be held on the 12-month BOT auction dates.
Furthermore "flexible" Bills may also be issued.
     * Netherland's Dutch State Treasury Agency (DSTA) estimate on the money
market will average between E24.4bln and E29.4bln to be funded mainly through
Treasury Certificates (DTCs) and Commercial Paper (CP).
     * Belgium plan to decrease net short term debt by E1bln in 2018, with the
volume of T-bills outstanding expected to remain at E25.3bln.
     * Portugal says in 2018 issuance of BT should have no impact in net
financing. The strategy of issuing along the full curve will be maintained
combining a short-term Bill with a longer tenor.
--MNI London Bureau; tel: +44 203-586-2228; email: michael.chrysostomou@marketnews.com