Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The fact that Euro2012 championships will be held in Poland and Ukraine made Warsaw stock investors frantic. However, in the afternoon, the moods worsened and indices dived.
After UEFA announced its decision before noon, WIG jumped by several hundreds points above the level of 60,000 points. It had exceeded 50,000 points four and a half months ago. In the second part of the day, investors who fought to buy construction companies, because they will be the biggest beneficiaries of the football championships, decided to sell out. WIG20 dropped 60 points within an hour, or 20 points more than it gained on UEFA decision.