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Published:
08:00 GMT, 28 January 2016
| Updated:
08:00 GMT, 28 January 2016
BRATISLAVA, Jan 28 (Reuters) – Here are news stories, press
reports and events to watch which may affect Slovak financial
markets on Thursday.
ALL TIMES GMT (Slovak Republic: GMT + 1 hour)
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BRATISLAVA – Slovakia’s Central Bank Governor Jozef Makuch
and Economy Minister Vazil Hudak will address an economic
conference.
Related news:
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IMMIGRATION: Slovakia should reject quotas to share
migrants around the European Union and prevent any large Muslim
minority from taking root in the country, the most likely junior
partner in the country’s next government says.
Story: Related news:
CEE POWER: An expected decline in wind generation in the
region lifted Czech and Slovak day-ahead power prices on
Wednesday, although lack of demand due to unseasonably warm
weather capped gains, traders said.
Story: Related news:
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STEEL: United States Steel Corporation’s Slovak plant
will prolong a four-day working week until February, SME daily
said citing unnamed sources. The firm, which is one of
Slovakia’s biggest employers, introduced the four-day working
week in January.
SME, page 6
Reuters has not verified the media reports, nor does it
vouch for their accuracy.
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