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Polish regulators ready to shore up stability after bank share falls

Nov 19 2018

WARSAW Poland's Financial Stability Committee sought to reassure nervous investors on Monday, saying that after discussing problems at Getin Noble Bank and Idea Bank it was confident the country's banking system was stable.

UPDATE 2-Polish regulators ready to shore up stability after bank share falls

Nov 19 2018

WARSAW, Nov 19 Poland's Financial Stability Committee sought to reassure nervous investors on Monday, saying that after discussing problems at Getin Noble Bank and Idea Bank it was confident the country's banking system was stable.

Poland's ruling eurosceptics score modest gains in local vote, lose Warsaw

Oct 21 2018

WARSAW Poland's ruling eurosceptic Law and Justice (PiS) scored limited gains in regional government in Sunday's election, but lost a high-profile race for Warsaw mayor, an exit poll showed, laying bare divisions in Poland over the party's democracy record.

Poland expects U.S.to be 'very active' at global climate talks

Oct 08 2018

WARSAW The United States will be "very active" at December's U.N. climate discussions even though Donald Trump pulled out of the global accord, the incoming Polish chairman of the talks said.

Polish refiner PKN Orlen expects shipment of Nigerian oil this month: CEO

Oct 08 2018

WARSAW Polish oil refiner PKN Orlen expects to receive a first ever shipment of Nigerian crude oil next month, its CEO said, as Poland seeks to reduce its reliance on Russian supplies.

Britain's Tamar takes coking coal complaint to Polish PM

Sep 17 2018

WARSAW/LONDON A British private equity firm has written to the Polish prime minister complaining about the energy minister's refusal to back a project to open a coking coal mine, a move it said would create 2,000 jobs.

Britain's Tamar takes coking coal complaint to Polish PM

Sep 17 2018

WARSAW/LONDON, Sept 17 A British private equity firm has written to the Polish prime minister complaining about the energy minister's refusal to back a project to open a coking coal mine, a move it said would create 2,000 jobs.

UPDATE 2-Poland plans to fire CEO of miner JSW this week - source

Sep 10 2018

* JSW shares fall 8.5 pct (Adds more energy minister comments)

Poland's JSW seeks tighter grip on coking coal with possible Prairie bid - sources

Sep 06 2018

WARSAW/LONDON Poland's JSW is considering a bid for control of Prairie Mining to tighten its grip as the EU's biggest coking coal miner, two sources familiar with the situation said.

Poland's JSW seeks tighter grip on coking coal with possible Prairie bid -sources

Sep 06 2018

WARSAW/LONDON, Sept 6 Poland's JSW is considering a bid for control of Prairie Mining to tighten its grip as the EU's biggest coking coal miner, two sources familiar with the situation said.

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