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Czech stocks fall on Egypt turmoil, led by CME, Komerční Banka

Bloomberg |
1 February 2011

The Czech Republic's benchmark stock index dropped for a second day, led lower by broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. and Komerční Banka AS as unrest in Egypt drove investors from riskier assets.

Tax changes may drive up inflation in 2012, Komerční says

Bloomberg |
28 January 2011

The government's plan to finance an overhaul of the pension system by raising value-added tax on food would drive up the inflation rate next year by boosting consumer prices, Komerční Banka AS said.

EU green-energy plans cut competitiveness, Czech minister says

Bloomberg |
26 January 2011

The European Union should review its requirements for member states to boost production of renewable energy as they undermine the region’s competitiveness, Czech Industry and Trade Minister Martin Kocourek said.

Czech carbon registry says it won't resume full operations on 26 Jan.

Bloomberg |
26 January 2011

The Czech emissions registry said it won't resume full operations on 26 January, when the European Union may begin to lift the suspension imposed last week after a series of computer-hacking attacks.

Gas consumption rises 10% in 2010 on industrial output

Bloomberg |
21 January 2011

Total gas consumption in the Czech Republic rose 10% in 2010 from a year earlier, boosted by higher industrial output and lower temperatures during the year, the country's gas union said.

Hyundai, Kia swap models between Czech, Slovak factories

Bloomberg |
21 January 2011

Hyundai Motors will shuffle production of two models between its Czech factory and a plant operated in neighboring Slovakia by the carmaker’s affiliate, Kia Motors Corp.

Budvar beer exports up to record high in 2010

Bloomberg |
20 January 2011

State-owned Czech brewery Budvar, which has been fighting a long legal battle over the Budweiser brand, said Wednesday its 2010 exports rose by 4.3% to reach a record high.

Sazka debt cut to D at S&P as lottery misses payment

Bloomberg |
14 January 2011

Sazka had its long-term debt rating downgraded to D from CC at Standard & Poor’s, which said the Czech lottery company that seeks to reorganise its debt missed a principal payment on its 2021 bonds.

ČEZ declines, ending Czech utility's longest rally in 10 months

Bloomberg |
11 January 2011

ČEZ, the Czech Republic's largest power utility, slumped from its highest since September, snapping its longest rally in 10 months. The stock fell as much as 4.7% and traded down 1.5% at CZK 826.4 by 10:10 a.m. Monday in Prague.

Manufacturing PMI rises to highest in more than 3 years on orders

Bloomberg |
4 January 2011

Czech manufacturing expanded the most in more than three years in December as inflow of new orders accelerated, an industry gauge showed.

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