Locked content Poland second in the track and field team championships

Poland took the second spot in the top tier European Athletics Team Championship with 295 points, behind Germany (321.5 points) and ahead of hosts France (270) and Great Britain (269). Polish athletes won four competitions: men’s hammer throw (Paweł Fajdek), women’s high jump (Kamila Lić...

GUS: economic outlook on the rise

The synthetic economic outlook (SI) in June increased in m/m and y/y terms, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported. The most optimistic are companies from the financial market.

Locked content Morizon sets IPO price

WSE-bound phone producer Morizon set its IPO price at PLN 1.5 per share. The maximum price was PLN 2.05. Morion will sell 2,376,500 shares to institutional investors and 984,862 shares to individual ones. In March, the company submitted to the Financial Supervision Authority an application to issue ...

Locked content Macron and V4 leaders to “smooth things out”

French President Emmanuel Macron met with the Visegrad four leaders in Brussels last week during the EU summit. “”At the Visegrad meeting this morning we established which issues we disagree on and where we will continue to talk to better understand each other’s constraints. There are is...

Locked content Torpol signs PLN 356 mln deal with PKP PLK

WSE-listed railway infrastructure builder Torpol signed a gross PLN 356.1 million (net PLN 289.5 million) deal for works on the 219 railway line with railway infrastructure firm PKP PLK. The works concern the part between Szczytno-Ełk. The 219 line connects Olsztyn with Ełk. Criteria in the tender w...

Locked content Asseco sells 4.28% stake in Asseco SEE to group of managers

WSE-listed IT group Asseco Poland sold 2.22 mln shares in its subsidiary Asseco SEE (4.28 percent stake) for PLN 24.2 million to a group of 22 Asseco SEE managers, Asseco said in a market filing. “The sale price will be secured by the establishment of a pledge on the shares of each buyer. There were...

Locked content KNF deputy Filip Świtała dismissed

PM Beata Szydło dismissed Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) Deputy President Filip Świtała. The supervision over the banking department will now be held by the KNF head Marek Chrzanowski, KNF said in a statement. Świtała was appointed KNF deputy president back in March, when he replaced Wojciech...

Locked content Prices continue to drop at the gas stations – BM Reflex

Average fuel prices decreased by PLN 0.07, while diesel prices fell by PLN 0.09 last week, according to BM Reflex, a fuel branch consultancy company, LPG prices went down by PLN 0.04. Currently, gasoline sells at PLN 4.37/liter, diesel at PLN 4.15/liter and LPG at PLN 1.89. “Next week, gasoline shou...

Locked content Jujubee mulls switching to WSE main market

Video game developer Jujubee, listed on the small-cap alternative WSE market is considering a move to the bourse main market. “We are seriously thinking about moving to the WSE’s main market, we want to give recommendations to the board on this issue,” Jujubee CEO Michał Stępień said, adding t...