The Polish exchange is in the middle of a larger programme to make its markets more competitive
The Warsaw Stock Exchange has beaten larger international
rivals by reporting strong quarterly revenue growth driven by
heavy trading across the board and particularly in commodities,
writes Luke Jeffs.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange said in a financial statement on
Wednesday its sales revenue for the three months to the end of
March this year was up 9% to PLN 86.5 (£16.9m).
Financial markets revenue was up 6.5% to PLN 56 driven by a
4.8% rise in trading of WIG20 futures trading and 14.4%
improvement in revenue from data vendors and subscribers.
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