WSE starts the week with big dive

21-01-2008, 20:25

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Warsaw Stock Exchange followed its Asian, European and American peers on Monday.

The WIG20 opened 3.43 percent down and amounted to2,897.77 points. It closed 6.73 percent down at 2,798.62 points. WIG lost 5.56 percent to 44,509.36 points.

Analysts point out that the market lacks money and markets are shrinking. PKO BP bank said today that it would issue Eurobonds this year but probably in the third quarter and not in the second quarter as planned before. This is a proof that financial institutions are less eager to borrow money to each other.

On Monday, even gold was falling (1.24 percent) as well as silver (2.29 percent). US dollar rose to euro and yen, however. Investors are nervous fearing that Bush plan to help US economy may not protect it from recession.

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