Locked content WSE bulls drop 7.5 pp to 20.2%

The percentage of bullish investors, expecting an upward trend in the WSE dropped by 7.5 pp to 20.2 percent at the end of June, while the percentage of bearish investors increased by 6 pp to 62.2 percent, according to a weekly Investor Sentiment Index (INI) survey. The survey covers over 350 investo...

Merrill Lynch with top trading volume in March on WSE

Merrill Lynch has maintained its leader position in trading volume on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in March 2018, followed by DM PKO BP brokerage. Merrill Lynch accounted for 11.23 percent of the total trading volume, while DM PKO BP for 7.73 percent, WSE stated. JP Morgan came in third with 7.32 perce...

Locked content WSE sees deal volume increase 17.8% y/y in November

Transaction volume on the Warsaw Stock Exchange increased by 17.8 percent year-on-year in November and reached PLN 22 billion, the bourse stated. The volume of order book transactions increased by 18.7 percent y/y and stood at PLN 21.4 billion, while the average daily volume stood at PLN 1.017 billi...

Bears outweigh bulls on WSE

The share of bullish investors on the Warsaw Stock Exchange has decreased by 6 percentage points m/m to 37.9 percent, while the share of investors expecting a falling trend over the next six months rose by 1.4 pp m/m to 44.4 percent, according to the investor sentiment index (INI). It is the first I...

Locked content Dino plans IPO in 2017

Polish retail chain Dino will debut next year, according to Reuters. “We plan to debut on the Warsaw bourse in the first half of 2017,” said Szymon Piduch, the company’s CEO. “This is a good moment for an IPO. The scale of the company’s development is the argument,” he added, claiming th...

Locked content Pekabex profits way up

One of Poland’s leading manufacturers of prestressed and precast concrete, Pekabex, announced its Q3 profits on Friday, and it had good news for its shareholders. It’s net profit in the third quarter was PLN 4.3 million, and its consolidated operating revenue totalled PLN 138.6 million. Both figures...

Locked content WSE suspends trading of eight companies

The Warsaw Stock Exchange has suspended the trading of eight companies’ shares. The suspended companies are Artnews SA, BGS Energy Plus AS, Ecotech Polska SA, Eficom-Sinersio SA, Exchange Invest SA, Molmedica SA, Polfa SA and Vedia SA. “The Warsaw Stock Exchange suspend trading of shares...

Locked content Warsaw Stock Exchange makes deal with Chinese Haitong Bank

On June 20, the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) and Haitong Bank signed a cooperation agreement, which provides mutual exchange of information concerning the situation on the capital markets in which both parties operate, a statement informed. “China is still one of the fastest growing economies in the ...