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Czech deputy finmin: would be "absurd" to weaken crown more

Reuters |
30 January 2015

It would be "absurd" for the Czech central bank (CNB) to intervene to weaken the crown further to fight deflationary pressures, Deputy Finance Minister Martin Pros wrote in an article in the daily Pravo on Thursday.

Czech c.banker: could adjust crown level if deflationary expectations seen

Reuters |
28 January 2015

The Czech central bank could shift its ceiling for crown currency strength to a weaker level but only if deflationary expectations build up in the economy, central bank board member Kamil Janacek said on Tuesday.

Czech O2 requests delisting of London GDRs

Reuters |
28 January 2015

O2 Czech Republic has asked to delist its global depositary receipts (GDRs) from the main market of the London Stock Exchange, effective Feb. 28, the telecoms company said on Tuesday.

Banks see easier lending conditions in Q1

Reuters |
20 January 2015

Czech banks eased lending conditions in all market segments in COFSthe fourth quarter of 2014 and expect the trend to continue in the first quarter of this year, a central bank survey showed on Monday.

Industrial space construction accelerates, seen stronger in 2015

Reuters |
20 January 2015

The supply of new Czech industrial space grew by 32% in 2014, marking the strongest expansion since the global economic crisis, Industrial Research Forum (IRF) said on Monday.

Czech crown jumps as president speaks out against further crown interventions

Reuters |
15 January 2015

The Czech central bank should halt its policy of keeping the crown weak through a pledge to intervene on the currency market, President Milos Zeman said on Wednesday. The crown gained 0.7% to 28.053 to the euro, reversing the day's losses after the comments.

Czech car output hits record 1.25 million in 2014

Reuters |
14 January 2015

Czech car production rose 10.5 percent to a record 1.25 million vehicles in 2014 as markets in Europe and further afield recovered, an industry association said on Tuesday, adding output would remain high this year.

Slovenia arrests man accused of sending poison letter to Czech officials

Reuters |
14 January 2015

An Italian man has been arrested in Slovenia on suspicion of sending envelopes laced with poison to Czech officials, police said.

E.ON sells most of Italian business to Czech-based EPH

Reuters |
13 January 2015

Germany's largest utility E.ON AG has agreed to sell its Italian gas- and coal-fired power plants to Czech energy company EPH, ridding itself of unwanted assets from an acquisition spree in 2007.

Record Czech car registrations in 2014 as economy recovers

Reuters |
7 January 2015

Czech new car registrations jumped 16.7 percent in 2014 to a record high of 192,314 units, with more growth seen this year, the country's Car Importers' Association said on Tuesday.

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