The Warsaw stock market lost a further two percent with the WIG20 falling to 1,106 points yesterday.
Turnover was low at PLN153m.
The most traded stock was TPSA which accounted for twenty percent of all shares sold. The company lost 2.3 percent.
Other falls were noted by PKN Orlen down 3.1 percent, Computerland down 3.7 percent, BRE down 1.9 percent and Pekao down 1.2 percent.
Elektrim fell to an all time record low of PLN2.58, a loss of 1.5 percent on the day.
The only increase worth noting was that of systems integrator Softbank which gained 1.9 percent on recommendations that the company was undervalued.
It has been the subject of rumours of a take over by Prokom and last week by Computerland.© ℗
Podpis: Alan Heath