WIG20 beats its all-time record on Friday

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 02-12-2005, 20:42

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The WIG20 index ended 1.65 percent up at 2,581.72, its new all-time record. This week, it gained 4.10 percent. Shares worth PLN 1 billion (EUR 0.258 billion) changed hands; including PLN 800m for blue chips.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The WIG20 index ended 1.65 percent up at 2,581.72, its new all-time record. This week, it gained 4.10 percent. Shares worth PLN 1 billion (EUR 0.258 billion) changed hands; including PLN 800m for blue chips.

PKN Orlen fuel giant was most traded company, shares worth PLN 255m changed hands, and jumped 2.8 percent. PKO BP was the second most traded company, shares worth PLN 156m changed hands, they added 1.8 percent. BZ WBK was the best performer and jumped 5.4 percent. CAIB analysts recommended the shares to ‘buy’ with target price of PLN 140. Today, they closed at PLN 137. Pekao bank gained 3.9 percent on Friday and 8.5 percent this week. TP telecom, on the other hand, lost 1.3 percent. KGHM copper producer beat its all-time record for the fourth consecutive day and ended at PLN 55.9, or 1.45 percent higher.

PGNiG gas monopoly was again influenced by politicians. Once, PM Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz said that the company would be left in the stock market. Another day, the Minister of Treasure Andrzej Mikosz said it would not. Today, Puls Biznesu cited Pawel Poncyljusz, Law and Justice MP and the head of the Parliamentary Treasury commission saying that PGNiG would be withdrawn from the stock exchange and then be listed again but with a new name and without its transmission subsdiary EuRoPol Gaz. Shares dropped 3.45 percent while shares worth PLN 70m changed hands.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.258)

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