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Poland - Factors to Watch Sept 7

Mon 7th September, 2015 6:56am
Following are news stories, press reports and events to watch 
that may affect Poland's financial markets on Monday. ALL TIMES 
GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours): 
    2016 BUDGET 
    Poland's Finance Ministry earmarked 3.2 billion zlotys  
($844.5 million) from the central bank's profit in the state 
budget for 2016, finance minister Mateusz Szczurek was quoted as 
saying by daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. 
    Warsaw-listed property developer GTC set the price in its 
rights issue at 5.47 zlotys per share, valuing the issue at 596 
million zlotys ($157.4 million), the company said late on 
Friday.  ID:nL5N11B049  
    Europe's No.2 freight carrier expects to ship more coal in 
the second half of the year than in the corresponding period of 
2014, daily Pakiet quoted PKP Cargo's management board member 
Jacek Neska as saying. 
    Four brokerages involved in managing the initial public 
offering (IPO) of Poland's mid-tier Bank Pocztowy, expected in 
October, say the lender plans to issue 4.6 million new shares, 
valuing the bank at up to $305 mln.  ID:nL5N11A10F  
    GPW GPW.WA  
    The Warsaw bourse aims at being efficient, which means it 
will keep on looking for cost synergies inside the group, GPW's 
chief executive Pawel Tamborski and his deputy Grzegorz Zawada 
told daily Parkiet. 
    The Polish unit of German Commerzbank  CBKG.DE  wants to set 
up its own investment fund arm, with a possible launch next 
year, daily Parkiet reported on Saturday without naming its 
    Poland may join forces with other NATO members such as 
Norway or the Netherlands to buy submarines in a bid to cut 
costs, instead of buying them alone, Deputy Defence Minister 
Czeslaw Mroczek said on Sunday.  ID:nL5N11C0IT  
    Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz reiterated on Saturday that 
accepting 2,000 migrants is enough, given Poland's capabilities. 
    Polish military personnel on Friday began inspecting and 
photographing the site where authorities suspect a Nazi-era 
train, possibly carrying guns and looted jewels, may be buried. 
    ****Reuters has not verified these stories and does not 
vouch for their accuracy.**** 
    For other related news, double click on: 
 Polish equities        PL-E      E.Europe equities      .CEE  
 Polish money           PL-M      Polish debt            PL-D   
 Eastern Europe         EEU       All emerging markets   EMRG  
 Hot stocks             HOT       Stock markets          STX  
 Market debt news       DBT       Forex news             FRX  
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 Warsaw WIG20  .WIG20   Budapest BUX  .BUX   Prague PX  .PX  
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