Session trading turnover on Polish WSE's main market up by 16.5% y/y in November

By bne IntelliNews December 3, 2013

The Warsaw Stock Exchange's (WSE) main market saw a 17.8% y/y increase in the value of total trading, to PLN 18.17bn (EUR 4.3bn) in November, according to the bourse's press release. Year-to-date turnover was PLN 236.98bn, an increase of 26.8% y/y.
The value of session trading in equities on the main market was PLN 16.50bn in November of 2013, an increase of 16.5% on the year (and up by 17.6% y/y to PLN 203.64bn ytd). At the same time, the average value of trading per session rose by 22.2% y/y to PLN 868.20mn in November (and was up by 19.1% to PLN 889.24mn ytd).
The bourse's widest index WIG gained 21.5% y/y in the last 12 months and 15.3% year to date at the end of November of 2013. WSE held 19 trading sessions in November of 2013, by two less than in November of 2012.

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