The WIG index on the Warsaw Stock Exchange reached a new record, surpassing the previous high set on November 5, 2021. The index peaked at 74,960.59 points, reflecting a year-to-date return on equity investments of over 30%. WIG20, tracking the largest companies on the exchange, also experienced a positive trend. Although it opened at 2,241.03 points, by midday, it reached 2,228.1 and closed at 2,218.61.
Factors contributing to the market's growth include positive global stock market sentiment, reduced inflation in the U.S., and the strength of the Polish złoty. The positive outlook for Poland's political landscape and structural changes in state-owned companies further encourage investment.