Locked content WSE Q3 net profit down at PLN 37.7 mln

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) recorded PLN 37.7 million of consolidated net profit attributable to shareholders in Q3 compared to PLN 47.0 million y/y, the company said. Operating profit stood at PLN 43.1 million versus PLN 50.0 million in Q3 2017. Revenue grew to PLN 85.7 million from PLN 81.1 mi...

Locked content Voicetel Communications plans moving to WSE in 2019

Voicetel Communications plans to transfer its shares to the Warsaw Stock Exchange from NewConnect in 2019, CEO Dawid Wójcicki told ISBnews. At the same time, the company also plans to decide about the dual listing. Wójcick added that Voicetel Communications does not plan to seek financing during the...

Locked content WSE main market turnover up 28.7% in September

Equity turnover on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in September amounted to PLN 25.2 billion, 28.7 percent more than a year ago. In January-September total turnover was PLN 162.2 billion, 18.9 percent less than in the same period of 2017, WSE reported. On NewConnect market equity turnov...

Locked content AmRest applies for trading suspension on WSE on Oct. 4-8

Restaurant operator AmRest applied for suspension of trading in its shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) from October 4 to 8 inclusive, the company said in a statement. The decision is related to the planned transfer of the home deposit of shares to Spain. This will not affect the quotations of...

Locked content WSE suspends 10 firms from trading as of Oct. 1

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) decided to suspend trading in the shares of ten companies from October 1 until December 31 included. The suspended companies are Zakład Budowy Maszyn Zremb-Chojnice, Regnon, MNI, Magna Polonia, Ideon, Clean&Carbon Energy, Calatrava Capital, Budopol-Wrocław, Ampli,...

Locked content WSE puts Getin Holding on alert list

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) put Getin Holding on the Alert List segment and excluded its shares from sWIG80 and WIG-banking indices. In total, the WSE included 39 companies on the Alert List, while Elkop and Zastal were excluded. The changes in the quotation system will be effective as of Octobe...

WSE moves to FTSE Developed All Cap Index

The Warsaw Stock Exchange leaves the FTSE Emerging All Cap Index and joins the FTSE Developed All Cap Index as of Monday, September 24.  Reclassification as a Developed market has resulted from continuous improvements in Poland’s capital markets infrastructure, supported by the country’s...

Locked content Ultimate Games plans debut on main WSE market in Q1 2019

Ultimate Games decided to transfer company shares to the main Warsaw Stock Exchange market (WSE) and plans to do it in Q1 2019, the company said.  Speeding up the plans to debut on the WSE results from extending the portfolio of games that will be released in 2018 – 2020, it specified. Current...

Locked content WSE launches new joint rating agency

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), Polish Development Fund (PFR), the Credit Information Bureau (BIK) and the Institute of Analysis and Rating (IAiR) signed an investment agreement on the creation of a joint rating agency, BIK said in a press release. The new agency will primarily address its offer to...

Locked content Silvair plans to issue new shares under IPO

Silvair Inc., a company offering solutions in the field of IoT (Internet of Things) plans to issue new shares and to debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), the company said. The acquired funds will be used, among others, to construct distribution channels for products with global market potential...