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Hungary, Factors to watch, Oct 15

By Reuters

Published: 01:16 EST, 15 October 2015 | Updated: 01:16 EST, 15 October 2015

BUDAPEST, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Following is a list of events in Hungary and the region, as well as news stories and press reports which may influence financial markets.

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BUDAPEST - Construction output, Aug (0700)


BULGARIA - Visit by Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi

POLAND - CPI, Sept (1200)

ROMANIA - T-bill tender

CZECH - T-bond tender (1015)


POLL-Hungary's central bank expected to leave rates unchanged again

Hungary's central bank is likely to leave interest rates unchanged when it meets on Oct. 20, with inflation stuck below the bank's target.

Hungary govt in talks with banks to boost company lending

Hungary's government started talks with local banks last week to remove impediments to corporate lending and boost credit supply, Economy Minister Mihaly Varga said on Wednesday.

Slovakia sends police to guard Hungary's border against migrants

The Slovak government voted on Wednesday to send 50 police officers to help neighbouring Hungary control the number of migrants crossing its border on the southern boundary of the European Union.

After fine China run, central Europe faces homegrown challenges

Having navigated China's troubles better than most emerging markets this year, central Europe now risks being pegged back by a few worries of its own.

Dinar edges down vs euro after Serbian central bank cuts rates

The dinar eased in line with its central European peers against the euro after Serbia's central bank cut interest rates for the third time in as many months to revive inflation and support the economy. (Reporting by Marton Dunai)

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