BRATISLAVA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Here are news stories, press
reports and events to watch which may affect Slovak financial
markets on Tuesday.
The parliament will start its monthly session, expected to
debate and approve the 2013 state budget draft, corporate income
tax and income tax for high-earners in the days to come, 1200
The central bank will comment on preliminary September
current account balance data.
PM VISITS ROMANIA
Prime Minister Robert Fico on a short one-day visit to
Romania to debate current political issues with his counterpart
Unions, the government and other officials are expected to
hold a new round of talks over wage hike for teachers, who have
shut schools on Monday after the cabinet rejected their demand
for a 10 percent increase.
SLOVAKIA TEACHERS WALK OUT OVER DEMANDS FOR HIGHER WAGES
Thousands of Slovak teachers went on strike on Monday,
forcing most of the country's schools to close, as they demanded
a 10 percent pay rise from the government which is battling to
trim its budget deficit.
SLOVAKS BUY BACK 234 MLN EUROS OF 2013 BONDS
Slovakia bought back 233.8 million euros ($302.97 million)
worth of 2013 state bonds in a repurchase operation on Monday,
the Finance Ministry's Debt and Liquidity Management Agency
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