Locked content Kubot wins Wimbledon doubles title

Poland’s Lukasz Kubot and Brazil’s Marcelo Melo won the Wimbledon men’s doubles title on Saturday after beating Austrian Oliver Marach and Croatian Mate Pavic 5-7 7-5 7-6(2) 3-6 13-11 in the 5-hour-long final game. The pair, which has been playing since the beginning of this year, ...

Locked content Budimex and Torpol with PLN 597.4 mln railroad deal

WSE-listed builders Torpol and Budimex won a PLN 597.4 million net (735 million gross) tender for the modernization of a 133 railway line between Trzebinia and Krzeszowice. The line connects Kraków with Dąbrowa Górnicza. Both companies have 50 percent share in the contract. Criteria in the tender we...

Locked content Play confirms PLN 36 per share IPO price

WSE-bound telecom operator IPO, announced its IPO price at PLN 36 per share, for retail and institutional investors confirming media reports. The price puts the IPO value at PLN 4.4 billion. The company set the final size of the offer at 121.57 million shares, 6.14 million in the retail tranche and ...

Locked content Kubot reaches Wimbledon doubles final

Polish tennis player Łukasz Kubot, along with Brazillian Marcelo Melo defeated top-seeded pair of Henri Kontinen (Finland) and John Peers (Australia) 6-3, 6-7(4), 6-2, 4-6, 9-7 and advanced to the Wimbledon’s final. Kubot and Melo are undefeated on the grass surface this year. They will face Austria...

Locked content Government support declines – CBOS poll

The number of supporters of Beata Szydło’s government fell in July by 4 percentage points to 38 percent, according to a poll conducted by CBOS. At the same time, the number of opponents increased by 1 percentage points to 31 percent. The number of respondents without any opinion about the government...

Locked content FinMin wants to increase KNF supervision over online financial market

The Financial Ministry wants to increase the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) control over the financial products offered online, such as Forex trading, according to a new draft bill. According to the ministry, the new law would help “prevent fraud on the financial market by unauthorized entiti...

Locked content Play to set IPO price at PLN 36 per share – media

According to various media outlets, WSE-bound mobile operator has set its IPO price at PLN 36 apiece. Initially, Play set the price range in its book building process at PLN 34-44 apiece, but narrowed it later to the PLN 36-38 range. The company will float 121.57 million of its existing shares in wh...