Here are news stories, press reports and events that may affect Poland’s financial markets on Monday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland GMT + 2 hours):
Poland’s Purchasing Managers’ Index for June to be released. Analysts expect it to fall to 48.6 eased from 48.9 points in May. (0700)
The Treasury Ministry is close to making a decision on selling stakes in large listed firms via accelerated book-building, Parkiet reported citing an unnamed banker.
Construction group Budimex has agreed terms of strategic co-operation with Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas in building gas-fired power stations in Poland, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna reported without citing its sources.
Chemical group Synthos is not even considering raising the price in its offer for state-controlled fertiliser maker Pulawy, Synthos Chief Executive Tomasz Kalwat told Parkiet in an interview.
State-owned coal miner KHW is “days away” from signing a letter of intent with Australia’s Linc Energy on co-operation in coal gasification, Rzeczpospolita reported citing a person close to the matter.
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