Obserwator Finansowy features views and analysis of economy in Poland and other countries, written by some of the best journalists, economists and analysts. Our mission is to share knowledge of economics and financial markets in the world.
Obserwator Finansowy is a project under aegis of the Poland’s central bank, Narodowy Bank Polski. We have published thousands of articles about the Polish and global economy. Our journalists have conducted hundreds of interviews with Nobel laureates, distinguished economists, business leaders and politicians with views across the political spectrum.
In this section you can find selected articles in English.
According to the forecasts of the Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS), by 2050 the population of Poland will decrease by about 4.5 million (to less than 34 million people). This outflow will affect the inhabitants of...
Danpower Baltic, a German-Lithuanian joint venture, has bought three biomass heating plants in Vilnius and Kaunas.
The Lithuanian and Japanese governments have signed a memorandum of co-operation on nuclear energy matters, meanwhile Estonian government signed a deal with Russian Gazprom.
The governing Law and Justice (PiS) is weighing up legislation that could swing Poland’s energy mix in the direction of coal, shale and possibly biomass.
CE Financial Observer talks with Prof. Aurelia Nowicka from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Alicja Adamczak, PhD, the President of the Polish Patent Office.
Lukoil, Russia’s largest private oil company, will sell 230 petrol stations in Poland and the CEE region.
Czech energy company ČEZ has submitted a non-binding offer to buy Swedish Vattenfall’s German brown coal and hydroelectric activities.
Kompania Węglowa, which was on the brink of bankruptcy, is in talks with trade unions over wage cuts
Poland is probably the best country to find capital for interesting projects in advanced technologies, says Maciej Sadowski from the StartUp Hub Poland foundation.
US company Exxon and Romania’s biggest oil company OMV Petrom have estimated a gas deposit they are exploring in the Black Sea at about 100 billion cubic meters.