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EUROZONE T-BILL ISSUANCE: T-bill issuance is expected to drop to E6.9bln next
week vs E12.78bln this week, with France, Belgium and Greece scheduled to come
to the market.
- SUPPLY: France is due up first on Monday afternoon with issue of a new 3-month
Oct 31, 2018 BTF for E2.4-E2.8bln, tap of 6-month Dec 19, 2018 BTF for
E0.6-E1.0bln and tap of 12-month Jul 17, 2019 BTF for E0.6-E1.0bln. On Tuesday
Belgium re-opens Nov 8, 2018 T-bill for between E1.1-E1.5bln. Then on Wednesday
Greece launch a new 26-week Feb 1, 2019 T-bill for E625mln.
- REINVESTMENT FLOWS: T-bill redemptions next week are due from France
E7.636bln, Italy 6.5bln, Netherlands E3.81bln and Greece E1.0bln turning net
cash flow negative to the tune of E12bln vs +E5.59bln this week.
** For full details of forthcoming issues, please see Eurozone T-bill auction