Mid-caps in the focus of investors’ attention

MG
04-10-2007, 19:02

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Contrary to  yesterday’s developments on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, today mid and small caps attracted most trade.

mWIG40 added 0.6 percent, sWIG80 gained 0.7 percent while WIG20 lost mere 0.03 percent. Blue chips index changed within the range of 50 points only. The volume of trade was high and amounted to PLN 1.42bn but it was mainly due to transactions between funds.

They continue to change their portfolios in the beginning of the fourth quarter. Stock of biggest banks, including PKO BP and Pekao as well as of PKN Orlen fuel giant changed hands in the last seconds of trading. Six companies generated over PLN 100m of trade, including Pekao with PLN 446m.

Individual investors heavily traded with stock of small companies with limited number of shares being public. Zastal jumped 30.8 percent. Karen Notebook which yesterday had ended 35.7 percent up, today rose further 23.4 percent in the morning but ended 6.6 percent down. Gadu-Gadu on the other hand gained 17.7 percent on the tender offer from Dutch MIG Poland Holdings which wants to buy 100 percent of shares at PLN 23.5 a share. Today, the stock closed at PLN 22.8.

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