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Poland - Factors to Watch July 23

Thu 23rd July, 2015 6:58am
Following are news stories, press reports and events to watch 
that may affect Poland's financial markets on Thursday. ALL 
TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours): 
    The statistics office is due to publish June registered 
unemployment rate at 1200 GMT. 
    The finance ministry is due to publish debt auction results 
at about 0930 GMT. At the auction the ministry is to offer 
3.0-6.0 billion zlotys ($0.79-1.59 billion) in bonds due in 
April 2020  PL108510=  and July 2025  PL108197= . 
    PKN PKN.WA  
    Net profit at Poland's largest oil refiner PKN Orlen jumped 
to 1.37 billion zlotys ($363.85 million) in the second quarter 
from the impairment-driven 5.2 billion loss last year, but was 
below expectations.  ID:nFWN10202O  
    Poland's treasury minister Andrzej Czerwinski told the 
public radio on Thursday he expects the technological start-up 
of the liquefied gas terminal on the Baltic Sea by the second 
quarter of 2016.  ID:nL5N1030IW  
    Innova Capital will buy 63 percent of shares in 
Warsaw-listed Pekaes from Poland's richest man Jan Kulczyk, 
Rzeczpospolita said quoting a statement. The value of the 
transaction was not revealed. 
    ****Reuters has not verified these stories and does not 
vouch for their accuracy.**** 
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