Locked content Over 30 mln passengers at Polish airport in Q3

At end-Q3 Polish airports after had over 30 million passengers, which is 18 percent y/y increase, according to the Civil Aviation Office (ULC) data. The biggest airport was Warsaw Chopin airport with 12 million passengers, the second one was Kraków-Balice with 4.3 million passengers. Low-cost Irish ...

Locked content Bytom January sales on the rise

WSE-listed fashion retailer Bytom had a PLN 13.13 million in sales revenues (12.8 percent y/y increase) in January, the company said in a market filing. LfL sales were up 12.8 percent at PLN 13.13 million. Retail and wholesale sales margins amounted to PLN 6.94 million and were higher by 19.7 percen...

Locked content Fuel process continue to drop

Average fuel and diesel prices decreased by PLN 0.02, while LPG prices dropped by PLN 0.01 last week, according to BM Reflex, a fuel branch consultancy company. Currently, gasoline sells at PLN 4.69/liter, diesel at PLN 4.59/liter and LPG at PLN 2.10. This week should see a stabilization of the pric...

Locked content Vistula sales up by 21.1% in January

WSE-listed fashion retailer Vistula had a PLN 53.1 million in sales revenues (21.1 percent y/y increase) in January, the company said in a market filing. In the jewelry sector (under the Kruk brand), sales revenues amounted to PLN 17.4 million and were higher by 19.1 percent y/y. Consolidated sales ...

Locked content XTB Q4 profit drops

WSE-listed brokerage XTB estimates that its consolidated net profit in the fourth quarter dropped to PLN 32.4 million from PLN 50.4 million a year earlier, the company said in its preliminary financial report. The group’s operating profit in the fourth quarter dropped to PLN 37.4 million from ...

Locked content WSE with 3rd most IPOs in Europe – PwC

Warsaw Stock Exchange has been ranked 3rd in Europe in IPO activity in 2017, according to the latest IPO Watch Europe report prepared by consultancy PwC. The Warsaw bourse had 27 IPOs last year, including eight on the main market, with their value reaching  €1.8 billion, up by €1.5 billion y/y, maki...

Locked content Poland unchanged in Economic Freedom ranking

Poland’s position has remained unchanged in the latest Economic Freedom Index compiled annually by the Heritage Foundation. In this year’s edition, Warsaw placed 45 scoring 68.5 points, 0.2 point more than a year ago. Its overall score was boosted by improved fiscal health and labor freedom scores o...

WSE turnover drops in January

Equity turnover on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in January amounted to PLN 19.4 billion, an 11 percent year-on-year decrease, the stock exchange has announced.

Locked content Emperia January sales reach PLN 212 mln

WSE-listed retailer Emperia sales in January amounted to PLN 212 million, a 13 percent y/y increase. In LfL terms, sales increased by 5.4 percent y/y. In January Emperia opened 5 new stores, including 1 Stokrotka markets, 3 Stokrotka Express stores, and 1 franchise shop to bring the total count to 4...

Locked content Cyfrowy Polsat’ Netia takeover under UOKiK scrutiny

The antitrust watchdog UOKiK has extended antimonopoly proceedings on the WSE-listed telecom group Cyfrowy Polsat takeover of another listed operator Netia. The case has been entered into the second phase of the proceedings, reserved for more complicated cases. UOKiK now can conduct, among others, m...