Slovakia - Factors To Watch on Nov 5
BRATISLAVA Nov 5 (Reuters) - Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Slovak financial markets on Monday.
SLOVAKIA TO SELL 50 MLN EUR OF 4-YR BOND ON NOV 12
Slovak debt agency Ardal said on Friday it would sell 50 million euros worth of a 4-year variable coupon paper SK4120008202=R in an auction on Nov 12.
SLOVAK YEAR-TO-DATE BUDGET DEFICIT WIDENS IN OCT
The Slovak year-to-date central government budget deficit widened in October to 2.466 billion euros ($3.19 billion), above the year-earlier gap of 2.341 billion, the Finance Ministry said on Friday.
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SPECIAL LEVIES HELP TO NARROW BUDGET GAP
A special one-off bank levy, extended tax on banks deposits and a levy on selected companies with business in regulated segments have started to help narrow the state budget and keep the government's austerity plan on track.
Hospodarske Noviny, page 4
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