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Tests show hospitalized Czech man does not have MERS

Reuters |
18 June 2015

Tests showed a Czech man hospitalized in Prague with suspected Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) does not have the potentially deadly virus, Health Minister Svatopluk Nemecek said on Wednesday.

Czech stress tests show financial sector more resilient to shocks

Reuters |
17 June 2015

The Czech financial sector's already strong resilience to potential adverse shocks has improved and the risk of excessive lending growth remains low, central bank stress tests showed on Tuesday.

PPF buyout offer for Czech O2 shares to run until July 13

Reuters |
16 June 2015

PPF's buyout offer for shares in telecoms companies O2 Czech Republic and CETIN will run until July 13, the Czech investment group said on its website on Monday.

Kofola seeks further acquisitions

Reuters |
12 June 2015

Soft drinks maker Kofola is looking at further acquisitions after buying Slovenian mineral water producer Radenska earlier this year, the company's chief financial officer said in an interview.

Czech brewer Lobkowicz's CEO sees deal for majority before deadline

Reuters |
5 June 2015

Czech brewer Pivovary Lobkowicz Group's chief executive said on Thursday he had financing in place and expected to complete the acquisition of a 79.4 percent stake in the company before an August deadline.

Czech cbank says crown cap likely to stay at least until H2 2016

Reuters |
5 June 2015

Czech Central Bank Governor Miroslav Singer said on Thursday that any changes to the cap on the crown currency could only happen in the second half of next year.

Champion Sharapova bounced out by Czech Safarova

Reuters |
2 June 2015

Maria Sharapova's impressive sequence of French Open results ended when the defending champion was knocked out 7-6(3) 6-4 by 13th-seeded Czech Lucie Safarova in the fourth round on Monday.

Czech miner NWR's long-serving finance chief resigns

Reuters |
2 June 2015

The long-time chief financial officer of New World Resources (NWR) will resign in September after leading the Czech coal miner through a massive debt and equity restructuring last year.

Court clears ex-PM's aide in scandal that toppled government

Reuters |
1 June 2015

A Prague court on Friday cleared the ex-aide and current wife of former Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas of abuse of power in a spying case that toppled the government in 2013. Prosecutors immediately appealed the ruling, after seeking a three to four-year sentence for Jana Nečasová, formerly Nagyová, for illegally ordering the military intelligence service in 2012 to follow Nečas's then-wife Radka.

HN: Czech central bank to debate limiting bond purchases by banks

Reuters |
22 May 2015

The Czech central bank's board will debate limiting Czech state bonds purchases by local banks, to help protect the banks from any deterioration in the country's financial health, the newspaper Hospodarske Noviny said on Thursday.

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