The PX-50 index gained 1.11% to 844.2 points. Unipetrol was the key story of the day after it resumed trading, opening strongly up at CZK 80 (+16%) from its CZK 69.14 close on Friday after PKN submitted a CZK 99.96 per share bid for the government-held 63% stake. The stock will be suspended again today as the Cabinet meets to decide on the final approval of the deal, but it is widely expected the government will confirm the transaction. Also, the Cesky Telecom supervisory board meets today: we believe potential management changes in Eurotel are already priced in and any such news will not damage the share price. Komercni banka finally started trading higher as its Q1 report nears: we reiterate our positive short-term outlook. We expect moderate trading activity until the Q1 reports hit the agency wires. Volume in the SPAD system reached USD 55.29m.