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Poland: Indices fall despite rises in Western Europe

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 10-08-2005, 18:56

Pekao S.A. bank was the most traded company today. In the morning, investors continued acquisitions after yesterday Merrill Lynch gave it “buy” recommendation with target price of PLN 195 (EUR 48.4). Shares were adding 4 percent. In the middle of the day, investors started selling the shares.

Pekao S.A. bank was the most traded company today. In the morning, investors continued acquisitions after yesterday Merrill Lynch gave it “buy” recommendation with target price of PLN 195 (EUR 48.4). Shares were adding 4 percent. In the middle of the day, investors started selling the shares.

Pekao fell to minus one percent but managed to end the session unchanged. WIG20 lost 1.07 percent and ended at 2,248.62 following Hungarian BUX which shed twice as much. Tomorrow fall may continue. Shares of blue chips worth PLN 530m changed hands, including PLN 174m of Pekao stocks.

Lotos, the fuel company reached its all-time record for the third consecutive day – shares cost PLN 33.9. PKN Orlen did not manage to rise, as well as MOL which yesterday achieved its all time record of PLN 359.5. BRE Bank’s investors did not react to the news that the bankruptcy officer of Pozmeat filed a suit against the bank demanding PLN 100m. Shares rose a little bit.

Among smaller companies, Jelfa pharmaceutical producer added for the third consecutive day. Today the increase amounted to 6.3 percent. Investors welcomed good financial results.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.248)

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