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 WSE suspends trading of 6 companies

The Warsaw Stock Exchange, acting on the request from the Financial Supervision Authority KNF, suspended trading of six listed companies. They include, investment company Calatrava Capital, broadband operator Hyperion, telecom MNI, IT groups Lark.pl and PC Guard, and frozen food producer Wilbo. All ...

Locked content KNF asks WSE to suspend trading of three companies

The Financial Supervision Authority KNF filed a motion to the Warsaw Stock Exchange to suspend the trading of three companies: broadband infrastructure operator Mediatel, furniture maker Drewex, and IT company Regnon. All of these companies failed to submit their financial reports for H1. KNF wants ...

Locked content FTSE upgrades Poland to developed market status

FTSE Russel upgraded Poland’s status to developed from the advanced emerging category, the company said in its annual review of indexes. This means that Polish bourse will be among the 25 most advanced world markets, a first CEE market to achieve it. “The FTSE Russell upgrade of Poland to developed ...

Locked content KNF approves Marek Dietl as new WSE CEO

The Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) approved Marek Dietl candidacy for the post of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The bourse appointed him as its CEO back in June but did not secure KNF approval until now. This ends months of turmoil in the bourse top seat when Małgorzata Zalewska was recalled fro...

Locked content Pelion to be delisted from WSE

The Warsaw Stock Exchange approved pharma group Pelion’s motion to delist the company shares from the bourse effective from September 29. The company filed such request after its shareholders tendered enough shares in its May buyback offer to conduct the mandatory squeeze-out which led to delisting....

Locked content WSE to delist four companies

The Warsaw Stock Exchange will delist four companies from trading on its indexes, the bourse management said in a market filing. The companies include; parcel operator InPost, its owner Integer, Czech artificial fabrics maker Pegas Nonwovens, and Casino operator Olympic Entertainment Group. All comp...

Locked content WSE to introduce new, dividend-based indices

Starting from September 18, the Warsaw Stock Exchange will start publishing two new dividend-based indices mWIG40TR and sWIG80TR, the bourse said in a market filing. The new indices will complement the existing WIG20, mWIG40 and sWIG80 indices and will be calculated simultaneously with them. “The ru...

Locked content WSE turnover grows in August

Equity turnover on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in August amounted to PLN 18.5 billion, an 18.3 percent year-on-year increase, the stock exchange has announced. In the period between January August 2017, turnover increased by 42.4 percent y/y and reached PLN 180.37 billion. The bours...

Locked content WSE suspended trading of six companies

WSE decided to suspend trading of Elkop shares on the main market between August 25-September 6. The bourse also suspended trading on shares of five companies listed on the small-cap, alternative market NewConnect: Alkal, Dase, Ekokogeneracja, Loyd and Polscy Inwestorzy, starting from August 18. The...