The New York City Comptroller's Office yesterday predicted that the city will likely end the 1993 fiscal year with a surplus, despite the continued loss of jobs and budget problems.

In a report based on two months of spending and revenue data, city Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman said the city could use this possible surplus to address budget problems in fiscal 1994, which begins July 1.

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