WARSAW, Oct 22 - Following are news stories, press reports and events that may affect Poland's financial markets on Monday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours):
Poland's ruling eurosceptic Law and Justice (PiS) scored limited gains in regional government in Sunday's election, but lost a high-profile race for Warsaw mayor, an exit poll showed, laying bare divisions in Poland over the party's democracy record.
Poland's election committee said it will provide the preliminary results by the mid of the week.
The central bank will release M3 money supply data at 1200 GMT.
Most of the judges forced out from the Supreme Court by the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) regulations are likely to return to work on Monday after the EU' top court ordered Poland on Friday to halt an overhaul of the court, Gazeta Wyborcza daily said quoting the court spokesman.
Despite high economic growth the number of companies filing for bancruptcy in 2018 will rise by 10 percent from 700 last year, Rzeczpospolita daily said citing Euler Hermes data.
A bill which may limit Uber and other similar companies' operations in Poland has been submitted to the prime minister office's legislation committee by the infrastructure ministry, Rzeczpospolita daily said.
Private equity fund Abris Capital Partners is looking for a buyer for its second-hand car sale company AAA Auto, Puls Biznesu daily said.
Construction companies in Europe have asked the European Commission for help in re-negotiating prices in their contracts with Poland on the back of rising costs, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily said. Poland's road constructin agency generally does not allow for price hikes in contracts, which, according to construction companies, had led to a number of bancruptcies in the past.
Some families living in the countryside may lose their right to claim the 500 zlotys ($134.03) subsidy per child due to the increase in their income, Fakt tabloid said.