The plans mark a major shift in EPH's strategy, which had been to bet that the green transition would take longer than expected.
The National Bank of Poland left its reference interest rate unchanged at 6.75%, despite inflation accelerating to 17.2% y/y in September.
Spolu politicians have admitted previously that endorsing just one candidate could be seen as a curse, for that person could become a target for voter anger over the soaring cost of living.
Former coalition partner and SaS leader Richard Sulik says he is now ready to discuss early elections.
A "rat king" is a collection of rats whose tails are intertwined and bound together, either with hair or sticky substances or by getting tied together.
Agreement helps ease pressure on Hungary’s widening current account deficit and steady the sinking forint.
The ethnic Russian Harmony Party – winner of the 2010, 2014 and 2018 parliamentary elections – has crashed out of parliament because of its ambivalent position on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Despite registering some success in the first round the previous weekend, populists and anti-establishment parties failed in the run-offs for the upper house.
The Hungarian currency has become the third worst-performing EM currency in 2022 after the Argentine peso and the Turkish lira.
Czechia and Austria introduce checks on borders with Slovakia to stop increasing numbers of migrants crossing towards Germany.
Gazprom unit that operates pipeline said to be withdrawing all technical support.
Turnout at anti-government demonstration well down on first rally.
Higher spending and bigger deficits planned in 2023 and 2014 budgets as Ljubljana tries to mitigate the economic fallout from the war in Ukraine.
Warsaw fears sabotage of Nord Stream on same day Baltic Pipe opened was no coincidence.
Largest Czech energy company acquires 100% of gas-fired power plant Sloe in Zeeland.
MNB raises base rate by 125bp to 13%, above the 75-100bp forecast, but calls time on further rate rises.
Populist ANO party of former premier Andrej Babis comes first in eight of 13 regional capitals but was only second in the two largest, Prague and Brno.
Viktor Orban’s latest move is another way of shifting the blame for economic woes following a procyclical and expansive fiscal policy in recent years.
A major battle is seen in Prague where the Pirate-led coalition of Mayor Zdenek Hrib could be brought down by a grand coalition of Babis' ANO, together with ODS, the prime minister's party.
Smer leader Robert Fico is trying to exploit the cabinet infighting and the energy crisis to engineer a return to power.