Warsaw Stock Exchange

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Warsaw Stock Exchange

The major securities market of Poland.
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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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The Polish stock market and the Baltic market can still be regarded as "emerging" given the developed market in terms of liquidity, size, or popularity among the public stock investments.
Galazka studied the stock market of Poland by constructing a weighted complex network and MST [12]; the results showed that the Polish stock market is scale free.
They also find that the Polish stock market index is not linked to the German DAX or the U.S.
NYSE Euronext, which in July signed a strategic partnership with the Warsaw Stock Exchange, isn't currently considering buying a minority stake in the Polish stock market.
Leszek Czarnecki, the Polish stock market investor who controls the financial group Getin Holding (GTN.WA), is eyeing the acquisition of the Polish unit of Germany's WestLB, Dow Jones has reported citing a separate report by Polish daily Rzeczpospolita.
While this nascent economy certainly comes with its share of risks, we are pleased to offer an ETF that seeks to reflect the Polish stock market structure."
(2006) also documented the evidence of significant contemporaneous interaction between return volatility and trading volume in Polish stock market, Brazilian stock market respectively.
The analysis in this paper contributes to the existing finance literature about dividends and dividend yield growth effects by providing evidence about the profitability of dividend yield growth strategies using data from the emerging Polish stock market. The empirical results obtained may be used for comparisons with the findings for other markets and may contribute to the formulation of more general conclusions about the informational role of dividends based on the evidence from this new, emerging economy.
The real returns on equities were calculated using data on the yearly returns of WIG market index (the main index in the Polish stock market, which describes the whole stock exchange) corrected for inflation.
Further, we also distinguish between stocks listed on the main Polish stock market (GPW, WSE), and Warsaw's alternative market--New Connect (NC).
pl published the rank of brokerage firms operating on the Polish stock market (Retrieved from: http://www.
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