Hungary, Factors to watch, Feb 10

BUDAPEST, Feb 10 (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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WHAT IS HAPPENING IN HUNGARY (ALL TIMES GMT)

BUDAPEST - Dec livestock numbers (0800)

BUDAPEST - 3-month T-bill auction (1030)

BUDAPEST - PM Orban, Georgian PM Garibashvili to hold press statement (1100)

BUDAPEST - Georgian-Hungarian business forum (1400)

IN THE REGION

SLOVAKIA - Industrial output 12/14 (0900)

IN THE NEWS REUTERS

HUNGARY OFFERS OLIVE BRANCH TO BATTERED BANKS

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has offered a truce to the foreign banks he has been squeezing for years, saying he would make their lives easier in exchange for them lending more to boost his country's economic recovery.

POLISH 10-YEAR YIELD RISES, CZECH INFLATION BOOSTS CROWN

Polish 10-year bond yields climbed to a two-week high on Monday as concern over Greece's bailout plans and the conflict in Ukraine pushed central Europe assets lower.

MOL, TRANSPETROL NEARLY DOUBLE ADRIA OIL PIPELINE CAPACITY

Hungarian oil and gas group MOL and Transpetrol have completed the reconstruction of the Friendship I/Adria Oil Pipeline, nearly doubling its annual capacity to 6 million tons, MOL said in a statement.

RICHTER SEES 2015 REVENUE DOWN BY AS MUCH AS 8 PCT

Hungarian drugmaker Richter expects revenues to fall by 7-8 percent in 2015 from last year's 1.14 billion euros ($1.29 billion) on weakened eastern markets and lower sales to the United States, its chief executive said. (Reporting by Gergely Szakacs)

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