A developed country, but how rich?

Starting in September 2018, Poland will become the first country from Central and Eastern Eu­rope to be included in the exclusive group of 25 developed markets, according to FTSE Russell. What does this mean for our economy and capital markets and should it change anything in the eyes of investors?

Locked content FTSE names all Polish companies included in their indices

The FTSE Developed Index announced the list of 37 Polish companies that will be joining it on September 24. PKO BP will be the only Polish company included in the large-cap index, with PKN Orlen, Lotos, PGE, PGNiG, KGHM, Pekao, PZU, BZ WBK, mBank, LPP, Dino Polska, CD Projekt and Cyfrowy Polsat bein...

Locked content FTSE upgrade could cost WSE $340 mln – JP Morgan

According to JP Morgan, the recent upgrade of the Warsaw Stock Exchange to a developed from the advanced emerging category by FTSE could cost the Warsaw bourse $340 million in net outflows. In the developed index, WSE will only reach 0.38 percent value of the whole index, while in the emerging one, ...

Locked content Play shares to be included in the FTE Global Equity indices

The shares of WSE-listed telecom Play Communications will be included in several FTSE Global Equity indices starting from August 3, FTSE said. “Following the initial public offering for Play Communications SA on Thursday 27 July 2017, Play Communications SA will be a fast entry to the FTSE Global Eq...

Locked content WSE to be included in the FTSE Developed Markets index

According to the Warsaw Stock Exchange, Polish bourse is “close” to being included in the FTSE Developed Markets index. “FTSE is the first index agency that is close to giving Poland the status of a developed market,” WSE said in a market presentation. Since 2008, the bourse was included in the FTSE...