Contracts attract more trade than WIG20 companies

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
06-07-2006, 21:09

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Warsaw indices grew much more than their world counterparts but it was all due to outstanding trade on contracts.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Warsaw indices grew much more than their world counterparts but it was all due to outstanding trade on contracts.

 

Euroland stock markets rose about 1 percent only after the U.S. market opened well. Hungarian BUX was losing all day long. Meanwhile, the WIG20 index ended 3.19 percent up while contracts jumped 5.18 percent. There were no important macro data published in Poland. Shares of blue chips worth PLN 777m changed hands while contracts attracted over PLN 1.74 billion of trade.

 

KGHM copper producer soared 6.4 percent although copper prices in London did not change. Bank BPH, Kety, Agora and Grupa Lotos rose over 4 percent each. The stock of the fuel company Grupa Lotos is the most expansive in a month. The company said it was launching the construction of installation to produce methyl esters in Czechowice-Dziedzice. Investors have welcomed in recent months all news concerning the production of bio fuels.

 

Among smaller companies, AmRest, the operator of restaurant chain (Pizza Hut and KFC) ended 0.7 percent up prior to publishing its second quarter results. It was the eight straight gain which let the company increase 13.25 percent. After the closing bell, the company said that its sales in the second quarter rose 21.5 percent to PLN 147.5m. SkyEurope Slovakian carrier continued falls. Today the stock dived 14.3 percent to PLN 10.2, down from PLN 26 in April.

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