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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The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is the most dynamically growing market in Central and Eastern Europe (Warsaw Stock Exchange, Wiener Borse, Prague Stock Exchange, Budapest Stock Exchange, Bucharest Stock Exchange, Bulgarian Stock Exchange).
Particular emphasis will be placed on the investment opportunities by the Polish economy, its regional role and the expansion plans of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, as well as the privatisation programme of the Polish government.
After several years of preparation, Bulgaria's pharmaceuticals producer Sopharma started trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) on November 28, placing shares worth an estimated $93.2 million.
25 October 2011 - Bulgaria's Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) said on Friday it gave the green light to the planned listing of drug maker Sopharma (BUL:3JR) on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).
Summary: At a CEE IPO Summit hosted by the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) yesterday, TMMEoACAOs (TR61 GR) Deputy CEO Dmytro Perepolkin confirmed the companyEoACAOs plans to conduct an SPO on the WSE or London Stock Exchange in 2H11-2012.
Kredyt Bank, which is listed on the Warsaw stock exchange, is 80% owned by KBC Bank.
Poland's Gospodarki Zywnosciowej SA (BGZ), in which Poland's Treasury holds a 37.23 percent stake, is set to list its shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on May 27, Dow Jones has reported citing Parkiet.
According to data from the Federation of European Securities Exchanges, CEESEG exchanges accounted for 57.49% of central and east European (ex Russia) equity turnover in 2010, compared to 41.30% traded on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
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.
"In addition, Morgan Stanley will become a member of the Warsaw Stock Exchange to facilitate direct access to trading in Polish securities for our clients," the bank said.
NYSE Euronext led on IPO value with 13 IPOs raising EUR1,907m (in the same quarter of 2008, it had an equal number of IPOs but they raised just EUR6m) followed by the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) with 16 IPOs valued at EUR1,454m (compared to 23 lPOs a year ago, raising EUR555m).
(ADPnews) - Nov 30, 2009 - Czech anti-virus software developer AVG will debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and either the London, Euronext or New York bourse in the second half of 2010, Polish newspaper Parkiet writes today.
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