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SLOVENIA: Stable Outlook In Spite Of Market Volatility


The financial markets have over the past few days been spaculating over a possible request by Slovenia to tap the available European financing mechanisms (EFSF/ESM). This has happened against rising spreads for 10-year benchmark...

Slovenia: Progress made toward fiscal and financial system stabilization


Slovenia: Progress made toward fiscal and financial system stabilization

Government adopts Draft Supplementary Budget of the Republic of Slovenia for 2012


Ljubljana, 5 April 2012 – At today's regular session, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Draft Supplementary Budget for 2012. The main reason for preparing the supplementary budget lies in the unrealistic...

Moody's credit rating agency downgrades Slovenia


Ljubljana, 14 February 2012 – As a small and open economy, Slovenia shares the destiny of the rest of the eurozone countries. This is why, in the opinion of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, the downgrade of six...

Statement of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia on Remedial Measures regarding Stress Test 2011


Ljubljana, 15. julij 2011 – In Slovenia, 2 banks, namely NLB d.d. and NKBM d.d., have directly participated in the EU-wide stress test. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia acknowledges the results of the test and welcomes...

Slovenia new 15y benchmark Republic of Slovenia - €1.5bn 4.625% Sept. 2024


Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 01, 2009 - On August 20th 2009, the Republic of Slovenia mandated HSBC/RBS/SGCIB/UniCredit Group (UniCredit Bank Slovenia d.d.) to lead-manage their upcoming Euro benchmark issue, taking the...

Slovenia mandated four banks


Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 20, 2009 »The Republic of Slovenia (Aa2/AA/AA) has mandated HSBC, RBS, SGCIB and UniCredit Banka Slovenija d.d. as joint lead managers for a new Euro benchmark issue. The transaction will be launched in...