Following are news stories, press reports and events to watch that may affect Poland’s financial markets on Wednesday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 1 hour):
Individual investors’ subscriptions to buy the company’s shares offered in IPO start on Wednesday.
Coal burning power heating plants are having problems with buying good-quality coal after freezing temperatures last winter resulted in increased demand for the fuel, Rzeczpospolita daily said quoting the industry representatives.
Zbigniew Jakubas, a Polish billionaire and investor, considers buying a company which is listed on a stock exchange outside Europe, Rzeczpospolita daily said quoting the businessman.
NASK, a research institute controlled by the Ministry of Digital Affairs, is interested in buying a telecom company Exatel for the power group PGE, Rzeczpospolita daily said quoting unnamed sources. Exatel is valued at 428 million zlotys in PGE books.
Adam Sawicki, the CEO of Deutsche Telekom Polish arm T-Mobile, was replaced with Andreas Maierhofer, after the unit’s market share shrink, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna said.
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