Eastern Europe – Poland trades down 0.5%, Czech and Hungary both 0.5% higher. Particularly Hungary seems to be in spotlight among CE3 countries as fresh money seems to be flowing into the market. Particularly well performing is MOL as it trades on number of local speculations. Poland seems to be particularly fragile and from the trading point of view we might see further weakness, particularly in banks. Technical correction is possible and likely to come soon, but generally we do not anticipate major falls in prices.