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...

Locked content KNF suspends four WSE-listed companies

Financial Supervision Authority KNF asked Warsaw Stock Exchange to suspend trading of Graviton Capital, Indygotech Minerals, Lark.pl and Ursus from Friday. KNF states the companies failed to publicly disclose, within the time-limits laid down by law, annual reports for the financial year 2017 or pro...

Locked content WSE total equity turnover declines 27.7% y/y in April

Equity trading on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange declined by 27.7 percent to PLN 14.4 billion, the stock exchange reported. The market capitalization of 426 companies listed on the main market stood at PLN 616.5 billion at the end of April (€ 146.1 million). On the NewConnect market, t...

WSE CEO resigns

Paweł Tamborski, the CEO at the Warsaw Stock Exchnge will step down as of 31 December, Rzeczpospolita daily reported.

Locked content WSE suspends TVN shares trading

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) decided to suspend trading of Polish media group TVN shares due to the fact that its new owner, American Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) wants to purchase the remaining 1.24-percent stake in Polish broadcaster TVN, offering PLN 20 per share. The suspension is comin...

Locked content HTL-Strefa to return to WSE and float PLN 200 mln

Polish medical device maker HTL Strefa will start trading its shares on the Warsaw stock exchange by the end of October, floating up to PLN 200 million, the media reported. The company will  issue new shares and sell existing ones that belong to one of its shareholders, a fund managed by private equ...