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31 Styczeń 2011 – Zmiany Personalne

Jarosław Gugała dyrektorem pionu informacji i publicystyki Telewizji Polsat Telewizja Polsat: www.polsat.pl Z początkiem lutego br. Jarosław Gugała zostanie szefem pionu informacji i publicystyki Telewizji Polsat. W skład pionu wchodzą: kanał Polsat News, „Wydarzenia” oraz Publicystyka. Jednocześnie rozpoczyna się proces łączenia redakcji „Wydarzeń” z kanałem informacyjnym Polsat News, którym od momentu powstania kieruje Henryk Sobierajski. Połączenie obu redakcji ma postępować sukcesywnie, a zmiany są naturalną konsekwencją dotychczasowej współpracy obu redakcji i mają służyć wzmocnieniu zarówno pozycji kanału Polsat News i „Wydarzeń” jako najważniejszego programu informacyjnego Polsatu, emitowanego zarówno w Polsat News, jak i na głównej antenie. Za „Wydarzenia” odpowiedzialni będą Henryk Sobierajski  jako szef kanału Polsat News oraz Jarosław Gugała na nowym stanowisku. Szefem Publicystki pozostaje Bogusław Chrabota.

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Financiële focus: 11 maart

Dit artikel wordt in het Engels gepubliceerd. Zie www.executivesurf.com voor meer relevant Engelstalig nieuws. US ECONOMIC data pushed markets lower yesterday as both jobless claims and the trade deficit increased much more than expected. The US trade deficit widened to $46.3bn in February as surging imports of oil, capital goods and cars overpowered record exports. A second report showed a higher-than-expected 26,000 rise in new claims for jobless benefits, which took the total to 397,000, significantly over forecasts of 378,000. MARKETS: YESTERDAY saw markets tumble, as a triple-blow of Eurozone debt fears, poor economic data and fears over escalating levels of violence in the Middle East sent investors scurrying. Traders talked of a ‘catalyst of negative sentiment’, which sent the FTSE to a five-week low and resulted in the worst day in seven months for the Dow. OVERNIGHT, Asian stocks fell, putting the regional benchmark index on course for its biggest weekly drop since August. Seven times more shares declined as advanced on the MSCI…

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Financial Focus: 26th January 2011

Shock UK GDP figures send FTSE tumbling Bank of England defends UK economic policy Triple A rated EU bond has spectacular debut Euro surges as sterling suffers Tin in short supply for second year in a row NEWS: Investors and analysts were shocked yesterday, as preliminary figures showed an unexpected contraction in the UK economy. GDP contracted by 0.5% in Q4 and, while the latest figures may be revised, they are still a shock given that analysts had been expecting growth of about 0.2% to 0.6%. Some economists claim that the coalition governments' austerity plan is too aggressive, and may send the UK into a double-dip recession. Others put contraction down to the unusually cold weather, which interrupted the normal business processes significantly during the quarter. Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England said the British economy was “well placed for a return to sustained, balanced growth” and that while the GDP figures proved that the recovery would be choppy, “the right course has…

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Financial Focus: 25th January 2011

Russia rocked by suicide bomber High demand for Eurozone debt Spain gets tough on banks Cocoa and cotton in short supply OPEC consider increasing oil production Asian shares lifted by Wall Street NEWS: Russia’s financial markets were shaken by the suicide bomb at Domodedova airport on Monday, with equities falling 2.4% as the news came through that the bomb had left 35 people dead and more than 100 injured. Shares recovered quickly to regain some ground, with investors determined that the act would not be allowed to destabilise the administration or the economy of the country. Initial bids of more than €20bn for five-year Eurozone bonds were placed by investors yesterday, ahead of todays planned opening of the order books for €5bn of the bonds. It seems very likely that the European Financial Stability Facility will increase the amount on offer to cope with more of the demand. Spain has told its weaker savings banks to raise more capital or face nationalisation, as the finance…

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Vergaderen: heeft het nog nut?

Je komt aan op kantoor, je werk voor de dag ligt voor je klaar en je wilt dit zo efficiënt mogelijk afwerken. Dan komt er een email binnen die je eraan herinnert dat een ongeplande vergadering op het punt staat een onvervangbaar groot gedeelte van je dag op te slokken. Waarom?! Er zijn vanzelfsprekend goede en slechte vergaderingen. Er zijn externe, interne, formele en informele vergaderingen, van directiebijeenkomsten tot het roken van een sigaret met collega's. De slechte vergaderingen lijken uren te duren, je luistert naar mensen die hun territorium markeren door eindeloos te preken, en de vergadering lijkt compleet haar doel voorbij te schieten. Bij jezelf denk je: ‘was ik maar niet gekomen’, waarbij de werklast van alles wat je nog te doen staat in je achterhoofd zweeft. Een effectieve vergadering is een vergadering die nieuwe energie en een gevoel van succes geeft. Dit type vergadering is zeldzaam, maar bereikt wel haar doel. En wel in zo min mogelijk tijd waarbij mensen het gevoel…

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Financial Focus: 24th January 2011

Euro-hope as bets against the currency disappear; World Economic Forum to discuss long-term growth cycle; Asia broadly flat overnight as traders wait on news; Cocoa prices to jump as Ivory Coast bans exports; Steel prices may jump by 66% this year. NEWS: The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, made it clear that her country, with the biggest economy in the Eurozone, would do whatever it takes to save the common currency. This message, together with recent support from China and successful Portuguese and Spanish bond auctions, appears to be impacting on investors as demand for contracts used to hedge against a decline in the euro, is disappearing at the fastest pace since September. A meeting of top political, academic and business minds, will meet in Switzerland this week to discuss the possibility that the world may be entering a long-term growth cycle that has only been seen twice since the Industrial Revolution. US Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, investor George Soros and 2,500 other respected field-leaders…

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19 Styczeń 2011 – Zmiany Personalne

Jacques de Galzain nowym Członkiem Zarządu TP ds. Finansów Telekomunikacja Polska: www.tp.pl 14 stycznia Roland Dubois, zbliżając się do końca swojej 3-letniej kadencji Członka Zarządu TP ds. Finansów,  zdecydował się na rezygnację ze stanowiska. Od 17 stycznia jego obowiązki przejmie Jacques de Galzain  -  Dyrektor Wykonawczy Grupy TP ds. Finansów,  który od ponad roku pełni funkcję Członka  Zarządu PTK ds. Finansów oraz Dyrektora Grupy TP ds. Rachunkowości. "Dziękuję Rolandowi za jego pracę w Zarządzie, duże zaangażowanie i znaczący wkład w rozwój Grupy TP. Życzę wielu nowych wyzwań i sukcesów.  Jednocześnie gratuluję Jacques’owi powołania na nową funkcję i życzę powodzenia" - powiedział Maciej Witucki, Prezes Grupy TP

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Financial Focus: 19th January 2011

BoE under pressure to raise interest rates to curb inflation; Portugal suffers from German minister’s comments; Lack of European agreement may prevent euro advancing; IT companies encourage investors. NEWS: Investors are speculating that the Bank of England will start raising interest rates after the Spring as soaring fuel and food prices pushed inflation higher than expected in December. The UK Consumer Price Index rose 3.7% in the year to December, with inflation up from 3.3% in November. The increasing inflation rate led some analysts to predict that inflation will reach 5%, which is considerably higher than the targeted 2%. Wolfgang Schauble, Germany’s finance minister, faced criticism yesterday as he appeared to put the brakes on the changes that many of the ministers feel are necessary to deal with the ongoing Eurozone sovereign debt issues. The market had been trading positively as it expected a good outcome from the meeting of EU finance ministers in Brussels, but the lack of agreement disappointed investors and is likely…

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Financial Focus: 18th January 2011

UK inflation-danger forces BoE to consider rate hike soon; German finance minister calls for restraint in bail-out reforms; CEO takes indefinite sick leave as Apple reports earnings; Sterling worst performing major currency since October; Coal at 2-year high as floods hit Australian mines. NEWS: The Bank of England will be watching today’s inflation data for December with interest, as the cost of oil and food is likely to keep the figure at November’s six-month high of 3.3%. An increase to 4% over the coming months is quite possible due to VAT increases, which could prompt the Bank of England to move its historically low interest rate of 0.5% up to cope with inflation. Wolfgang Schauble, Germany’s finance minister, urged restraint as he arrived in Brussels for a meeting of the Eurozone finance ministers, insisting that the recent improvement in the bond market has eased pressure for an immediate overhaul of Europe’s bail out fund. Jean-Claude Juncker, Luxembourg’s PM who heads the group, is looking to…

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Financial Focus: 17th January 2011

Swiss franc records biggest loss against euro for 7 months; Investors prefer Europe’s junk to risky bank debt; Nikkei up 2.6% this year on foreign investment; Euro advance limited until Zone’s safety net in place; UK and Russian energy cooperation spooks the US; US markets on holiday today. NEWS: The Swiss National Bank said it might have posted record losses in 2010, as the euro slump eroded the value of its currency reserves. The head of the Bank, Philip Hilderbrand, said that the Eurozone crisis was an “enormous burden”. The franc posted its biggest loss against the euro for seven months this week, but Hilderbrand said “I have every confidence in my European colleague’s ability to solve these problems”. Investors are judging junk bonds sold by companies in Europe to be safer than banks’ riskiest debt for the first time as concerns heighten that lenders may lose money during the region’s financial crisis according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch index data. EQUITIES: Following a…

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