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  • PRAGUE, Oct 1- The Czech Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 48.0 in September from 48.7 the month before, stuck below the line dividing growth from contraction for a sixth straight month, a survey by Markit Economics showed on Monday. In neighbouring Poland, PMI fell to 47.0 in September from August's 48.3.

  • PRAGUE, Oct 1- The Czech Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 48.0 in September from 48.7 the month before, stuck below the line dividing growth from contraction for a sixth straight month, a survey by Markit Economics showed on Monday. In neighbouring Poland, PMI fell to 47.0 in September from August's 48.3.

  • PRAGUE, Oct 1- The Czech Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 48.0 in September from 48.7 the month before, stuck below the line dividing growth from contraction for a sixth straight month, a survey by Markit Economics showed on Monday. In neighbouring Poland, PMI fell to 47.0 in September from August's 48.3. PAVEL SOBISEK, CHIEF ECONOMIST, UNICREDIT BANK, PRAGUE.

  • PRAGUE, Oct 1- The Czech Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 48.0 in September from 48.7 the month before, stuck below the line dividing growth from contraction for a sixth straight month, a survey by Markit Economics showed on Monday. In neighbouring Poland, PMI fell to 47.0 in September from August's 48.3. AGATA URBANSKA, ECONOMIST, CENTRAL& EASTERN EUROPE AT HSBC.

  • WARSAW, Oct 1- Poland's Purchasing Managers' Index. fell to 47.0 points in September, below analysts' forecast, signalling the worst performance of the country's economy in more than three years, data released by Markit and HSBC showed on Monday.

  • WARSAW, Oct 1- Poland's Purchasing Managers' Index. fell to 47.0 points in September, below analysts' forecast, signalling the worst performance of the country's economy in more than three years, data released by Markit and HSBC showed on Monday.

  • WARSAW, Oct 1- Poland's Purchasing Managers' Index. fell to 47.0 points in September, below analysts' forecast, signalling the worst performance of the country's economy in more than three years, data released by Markit and HSBC showed on Monday. AGATA URBANSKA, CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE ECONOMIST AT HSBC:.

  • PRAGUE, Oct 1- Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Czech financial markets on Monday. LOAN FACILITY: Telefonica Czech Republic. PRESIDENT: A young man wielding a plastic gun fired pellets at Czech President Vaclav Klaus on Friday, hitting him on the arm but causing no injuries. ï¿ ½ ï¿ ½.

  • Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch, which may affect Poland's financial markets on Monday. Markit Economics releases its PMI index for September at 0700 GMT. Polish equities E.Europe equities Polish money Polish debt Eastern Europe All emerging markets Hot stocks Stock markets Market debt news Forex news.

  • BRATISLAVA, Oct 1- Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Slovak financial markets on Monday. The euro zone will not survive in its current form and one or possibly two countries will be forced to leave the currency bloc because they will be unable to meet their commitments, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Sunday.

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  • MOSCOW, Oct 1- Dutch bank ING is closing Central and Eastern European equities operations and scrapping corporate banking jobs in London, with the loss of around 130 jobs, the company said on Monday. The equities desk in Moscow will also be closed, Simpson said. The job losses were spread across offices in London, Moscow, Prague and Budapest.

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    "Super" Mario Draghi of the European Central Bank has a super problem: the markets might love him, the bankers might love him, politicians from Athens to Dublin might love him, but the German people don't. He's been called anything from "bankers' buddy" to "counterfeiter of coins", and depicted by the tabloid press as a devil sporting horns and a trident, set against a distinctly angelic Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann.

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    Praise all around for Mario Draghi and his ECB's bold strategy of "conditional" bond buying across the euro zone, if and when deemed necessary. "This is the big game changer", insists Polish finance minister Jacev rostowski, echoing what virtually all of his colleagues both inside and out of the EU have voiced over these past weeks.

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    The euro takes a hit and investors ready for more central bank moves — it's time for your FX Fix.

  • Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney walks back to greet journalist while boarding a campaign plane

    Mitt Romney says the media was partly to blame for his controversial week-long foreign tour that ended with the GOP candidate receiving a warm reception in Poland after a series of gaffes and missteps.

  • Republican presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney (R) shakes the hand of former Polish President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa, during a meeting at Artus Court, in Gdansk, on 30, 2012.

    Mitt Romney says in Warsaw that Poland's economy is a model of small government and free enterprise that other nations should emulate, a jab at President Obama's policies in the wake of the worst recession in decades.

  • Castle Square in Warsaw old town, 30th July 2010. (Photo by Luis Davilla/Cover/Getty Images)

    As EU leaders scramble to save the euro zone and cobble together policies to restore growth, Poland is solidifying its position as the union’s fastest growing economy, the Financial Times reports.

  • Poland 'Insulated' from Europe's Woes: Expert

    "Poland has done remarkably well so far and our weakness in the west has been its strength, so every time we have printed money to resolve some of our own problems some of that money has found its way into safer currencies," Ben Habib, CEO at First Property Group told CNBC.