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  • Czech-Chinese ties hit new bump as university shuts center

  • Prague's Charles University has closed its Czech-Chinese Centre, rector Tomas Zima said on Wednesday, after local media reports that some of its staff had failed to declare payments from the Chinese embassy intended to support its programmes.
  • Czech Republic - Factors To Watch on Nov 13

  • Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Czech financial markets on Wednesday. ALL TIMES GMT (Czech Republic: GMT + 1 hour) =========================ECONOMIC DATA========================== Real-time economic data releases.................... Summary of economic data and forecasts........... Recently released economic data.................. Previous st
  • CEE MARKETS-Crown holds gains into rate meeting, stocks up

  • The Czech crown held onto gains on Thursday as the country's central bank met and was likely to hold fire on interest rates despite a continuing debate over a possible hike, while stock markets in the region were boosted by better global sentiment. The crown was near its strongest levels in four months but stuck to the weak side of the psychological 25.50 per euro barrier, with analysts expecting stable rates. The Czech central bank is one of the few in Euro
  • Czech scientists are growing herbs, mustard plants for Mars

  • PRAGUE – Czech scientists have opened a lab to experiment growing food for environments with extreme conditions and lack of water, such as Mars. The “Marsonaut” experiment by scientist Jan Lukacevic, 29 and his team at the Prague University of Life Sciences is based on aeroponics – growing plants in the air, without soil and...
  • CEE MARKETS-FX mostly up, crown settles lower near 3-month high

  • Central European currencies held onto gains on Friday with sluggish trade as some markets closed for holiday, although the crown weakened a touch before the region heads into a week of central bank meetings. Warsaw and Budapest markets were shut while Prague gained 0.6% on the back of a rise in bank shares. Telecoms group O2 Czech Republic was steady after estimate-beating third-quarter earnings showing a profit decline this year due to charges related to i

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