* Economists see risks to reform agenda (Updates with reform prospects, analysts)
* Centre-right prime minister expected to form minority government
LISBON, Oct 4 - Portugal's centre-right government on Sunday won an election that was a test of its tough austerity stance, but its failure to win a majority in parliament raises the prospect of political uncertainty.
* Government could lose majority (Updates with comment, background)
LISBON, Oct 4 - Portugal's opposition Socialist leader Antonio Costa conceded defeat in a general election on Sunday after exit polls and partial tallies put the ruling centre-right coalition ahead.
LISBON, Oct 2 - Portugal's prime minister made a final push on Friday to boost his chances of not only winning this weekend's election, as predicted by opinion polls, but also of securing an absolute majority and a more stable government.
LISBON, Sept 30 - Portugal heads into a national election on Sunday with a sounder economy than four years ago. But the austerity that made it more competitive has led to a mass exodus of youthful talent that will set back the recovery regardless of who wins.
LISBON - Portugal's prime minister and his Socialist opponent argued about austerity on Thursday in their last debate before the Oct. 4 general election, and analysts said the premier gained an edge although the result is too close to call.
LISBON, Sept 15 - The Bank of Portugal has suspended the sale of Novo Banco, the bank carved out of Banco Espirito Santo (BES) after a 4.9 billion euro rescue in 2014, due to low bids, but plans to relaunch it when conditions improve, the central bank said on Tuesday.
LISBON, Sept 11 - The Bank of Portugal said on Friday negotiations with China's Fosun International over the sale of Novo Banco were proceeding and it would announce the results when ready, denying a report that the talks had been suspended.
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