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WSE Resolves To Suspend Trading In ZM Henryk Kania As Of Oct 2
WSE Launches A New CEEplus Index
WSE Resolves To Start Trading In Ferrum F Series Shares As Of Sept 3
Gielda Papierow Wartosciowych w Warszawie SA (Warsaw Stock Exchange, GPW) is a Poland-based stock exchange. It is a parent entity of WSE Group that offers products and services within its trading markets of equity, derivate, fixed income and structured products. It also distributes market data. The Company has two business lines: Financial market, which includes trading in equities, derivatives, fixed-income and other instruments, listing, and information services; and Commodity market, which includes trading in electricity and property rights in certificates of origin, operation of a register of certificates of origin, clearing, trade and technical trade operator services. As of December 31, 2011, it operates two wholly owned subsidiaries, WSEInfoEngine SA, providing data transmission and information services; and Instytut Rynku Kapitalowego WSE Research SA, engaged in publishing; as well as 92.47%-owned BondSpot SA.
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* RESOLVES TO SUSPEND TRADING IN ZAKLADY MIESNE HENRYK KANIA SHARES AS OF OCTOBER 2
The Bratislava Stock Exchange (BSE) is not in talks about a takeover by the Warsaw bourse, its top shareholder said on Wednesday, denying a Polish media report.
The Polish government is in talks with its Slovakian counterpart to acquire the Bratislava Stock Exchange, the Rzeczpospolita daily said on Tuesday quoting an unnamed source.
* RESOLVES TO SUSPEND TRADING IN HUCKLEBERRY SHARES ON NEWCONNECT AS OF AUGUST 9
* RESOLVES TO START TRADING IN 1.2 MILLION T4 SERIES SHARES OF MIRACULUM AS OF AUG 13
* SAID ON THURSDAY THAT ITS INDEX PORTFOLIOS WILL BE ADJUSTED AFTER TRADING SESSION ON JUNE 21
* SAID ON THURSDAY IT HAS RESOLVED TO SUSPEND TRADING IN TXM SHARES AS OF MAY 2
The Warsaw Stock Exchange , which has struggled with falling turnover, wants approval for pension funds to lend shares to other market participants as this could boost turnover growth, the exchange's CEO told Reuters.
Poland's stock exchange may get a capital boost of at least 12 billion zlotys ($3.5 billion) a year from a new pension scheme approved by the government this week, state-run investment vehicle PFR said on Wednesday.
Dominika Kulczyk, one of the richest people in Poland, announced a tender offer on Monday to buy 49.8 percent of shares in utility Polenergia to give her full control of the company.
WARSAW, July 10 - Following are news stories, press reports and events that may affect Poland's financial markets on Tuesday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours):
Pan-European share trading platform Aquis Exchange said it will float on Thursday to raise a net 12 million pounds ($16 million) to build up its user base.
London-based private equity group Bridgepoint is considering an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of Smyk in Warsaw, a children's apparel and toy store chain, three market sources said.
* Q1 NET PROFIT 28.5 MILLION ZLOTYS VERSUS 27.7 MILLION ZLOTYS YEAR AGO
Gielda Papierow Wartosciowych w Warszawie SA:
* ITS SUPERVISORY BOARD APPROVES SALE OF STAKE IN AQUIS EXCHANGE IN CASE OF IPO Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* FOLLOWING NEGOTIATIONS IT RESOLVES TO ACCEPT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS REGARDING POTENTIAL SALE OF STAKE IN AQUIS EXCHANGE (AQUIS) IF Aquis DECIDES TO INITIATE THE IPO PROCESS
The Warsaw bourse, GPW <GPW.WA>, has failed to make a shortlist of bidders for the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange following a diplomatic row over Poland's new law on the Holocaust, a Polish newspaper reported.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
Poland's state-run stock exchange GPW <GPW.WA>, along with state fund PFR, has submitted a non-binding offer to buy a 71.7-percent stake in Tel Aviv Stock Exchange TASE, GPW said on Tuesday.
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