Warsaw Stock Exchange


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Warsaw Stock Exchange

The major securities market of Poland.

Warsaw Stock Exchange

A major stock exchange in Poland. It was established in 1991 after the fall of Communism. Upon its establishment, only five stocks were listed. It grew by leaps and bounds in the 1990s and, in 2008, it was designated as an "advanced market" by FTSE.
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Niederauer also said he saw potential in the Warsaw Stock Exchange to become the leading stock market in Central Europe.
The transaction was successfully launched after the market s close on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on 8 January 2015.
Plevneliev will visit the Warsaw Stock Exchange and will acquaint Polish business representatives with opportunities for bilateral economic cooperation, investments, and tourism in Bulgaria.
Pawel Graniewski, VP of the Warsaw Stock Exchange's (WIG) management board, said the Warsaw stock exchange was first established in 1817 and active until 1939, when Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.
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Providing Investment Banking Services in Poland since 1992, the bank said it plans to re-establish its local Equity Trading business in Warsaw and increase research coverage for Polish listed companies in 2010, with the goal of becoming a leading trader on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).
The company, which wants to list on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in the medium term, said that its outlook was sound even when the economy was in recession and was eager "to capitalise on the opportunities that will inevitably follow the economic downturn.
Financial Supervision Authority and the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
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5 billion shares to trading on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).