WARSAW, June 4 - The following are press reports that may affect Poland’s financial markets on Thursday:
The government plans to buy a retail shop network. It may be interested in Tesco Polish unit or private equity-owned Zabka - a network of small convenience stores, Rzeczpospolita daily said.
Polish banks’ aggregated net profit fell year on year by 44% to 2.36 billion zloty ($600.46 million) in the January-April period, according to regulator KNF data quoted by Rzeczpospolita.
The number of new job offers fell 42% year on year in May, but rose 38% from April, Rzeczpospolita said quoting Grant Thornton, a consultancy, data.
****Reuters has not verified stories reported by Polish media and does not vouch for their accuracy.****
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