WIG20 index lost this week

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – After four days of rapid changes, the Warsaw Stock Exchange was very calm on Friday. The WIG20 index was all day long about 1 percent higher then it closed yesterday. The boring session was accompanied by a little bit lower volume of trade which amounted to PLN 1.2 billion for blue chips and just PLN 165m more for the whole market.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – After four days of rapid changes, the Warsaw Stock Exchange was very calm on Friday. The WIG20 index was all day long about 1 percent higher then it closed yesterday. The boring session was accompanied by a little bit lower volume of trade which amounted to PLN 1.2 billion for blue chips and just PLN 165m more for the whole market.

WIG20 index lost this week

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 26-05-2006, 20:17

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – After four days of rapid changes, the Warsaw Stock Exchange was very calm on Friday. The WIG20 index was all day long about 1 percent higher then it closed yesterday. The boring session was accompanied by a little bit lower volume of trade which amounted to PLN 1.2 billion for blue chips and just PLN 165m more for the whole market.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – After four days of rapid changes, the Warsaw Stock Exchange was very calm on Friday. The WIG20 index was all day long about 1 percent higher then it closed yesterday. The boring session was accompanied by a little bit lower volume of trade which amounted to PLN 1.2 billion for blue chips and just PLN 165m more for the whole market.

The WIG20 index ended 1.29 percent up at 2,880.16 points. The Polish market rose along with Asian, U.S. and European markets. Hungarian BUX ended 3.35 percent up. The advances were paced by MOL which jumped 5.4 percent. In Poland, MOL gained 6.8 percent but its influence on the WIG20 index is not big (just 1.38 percent in the portfolio). However, thanks to today’s increase, MOL was the only commodity company to end the whole week up – 0.46 percent. All the other commodity stock, including KGHM copper producer, PKN Orlen and Lotos fuel companies as well as PGNiG gas monopoly, lost 1.6-7.5 percent this week.

Today, however, only PGNiG failed to gain. Lotos added 4.6 percent thanks to rising oil prices. PKN Orlen gained after it signed an agreement with Yukos to buy Mozeiki stock. The Polish fuel giant will also buy 30.7 percent stake form the government of Lithuania. PKN’s shareholders should not expect dividend this year. Bioton insulin producer was the best performer among the 20 share blue chip index. The company jumped 14.3 percent. Shares will be split 1:5, new shares will be issued and the capital of the company will rise by nearly PLN 200m to PLN 528m.

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