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2017-03-02 14:40:31

Investor Activity On GPW Group Markets – February 2017

Warsaw, 2 March 2017

 


Investor Activity On GPW Group Markets – February 2017


PRESS RELEASE – TRADING ON GPW GROUP MARKETS

  • Increase of the value of trade in equities on the Electronic Order Book[1] on the Main Market by 54.1 percent YoY to PLN 21.3 billion
  • Average daily value of trade in equities on the Electronic Order Book at PLN 1.1 billion (+61.9 percent YoY)
  • Increase of the volume of trade in futures by 4.2 percent YoY to 575.3 thousand contracts
  • Increase of the total value of trade in bonds on TBSP by 54.6 percent YoY to PLN 33.9 billion
  • Increase of the total volume of transactions in gas by 18 percent YoY to 10.1 TWh

The total value of trade in equities on the Main Market was PLN 21.6 billion in February 2017, representing an increase of 53.2 percent year on year. The value of trade in equities on the Electronic Order Book increased by 54.1 percent year on year to PLN 21.3 billion and the average daily value of trade in equities on the Electronic Order Book stood at PLN 1.1 billion in February 2017, an increase of 61.9 percent year on year. The WIG index stood at 58,300.37 points at the end of February 2017, representing an increase of 28.3 percent year on year.

The total value of trade in equities on NewConnect increased by 36.3 percent year on year. The value of trade in equities on the Electronic Order Book on the GPW alternative market was PLN 183.1 million (up by 34.8 percent year on year).

The total volume of trade in derivatives was 609.1 thousand contracts in February 2017, representing an increase of 4.9 percent year on year. The volume of trade in index futures was 329.4 thousand contracts in February 2017, representing a decrease of 12.7 percent year on year. The volume of trade in other futures increased year on year: single-stock futures by 52.9 percent, currency futures by 14.5 percent, and interest rate futures by a factor of nearly 180. The volume of trade in options was 35.6 thousand contracts in February 2017, an increase of 105.9 percent year on year.

The value of non-Treasury bond issues listed on Catalyst was PLN 83.4 billion at the end of February 2017, representing an increase of 18.9 percent year on year. The value of trade in non-Treasury bonds on the Electronic Order Book on Catalyst decreased by 5.5 percent year on year to PLN 176.0 million.
The total value of trade in bonds on TBSP was PLN 33.9 billion in February 2017, representing an increase of 54.6 percent year on year; the value of conditional transactions alone increased by a factor of more than 20.

The total volume of transactions in gas was 10.2 TWh in February 2017, representing an increase of 18 percent year on year; the biggest increase was reported on the spot market, where the volume of trade increased by 30.1 percent and stood at 2.5 TWh. The total volume of spot and forward transactions in electricity was 6.3 TWh in February 2017, representing a decrease of 42.4 percent year on year.

The volume of spot and forward transactions in property rights to certificates of origin net of the rights to certificates of energy efficiency (“white certificates”)[2] was 4.7 TWh in February 2017, representing a decrease of 25.4 percent year on year. The volume of trade in property rights to certificates of origin of energy efficiency (“white certificates”) was 34.4 ktoe[3] in February 2017.

The capitalisation of 433 domestic companies listed on the Main Market was PLN 625.7 billion at the end of February 2017. The total capitalisation of 486 domestic and foreign companies listed on the GPW Main Market was PLN 1,230.8 billion at the end of February 2017.

There were no IPOs on the Main Market or NewConnect in February 2017.
GPW held 20 trading sessions in February 2017, one less than in February 2016.
The attachment presents details of trading on the markets operated by the GPW Group.

GPW_Group_trading_February_2017.pdf

 

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Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) is the biggest securities exchange in Central and Eastern Europe. GPW operates a regulated market of shares and derivative instruments and the alternative stock market NewConnect for growing companies. GPW is developing Catalyst, a market for issuers of corporate and municipal bonds, as well as commodity markets. Since 9 November 2010, GPW is a public company listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange. For more information, visit http://www.gpw.pl/.
 

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