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WIG set a new record. There were no such quotes in history

WIG set a new record.  There were no such quotes in history

The WIG index closed today’s session at 67745.39 points. This is the highest score ever and beats the previous record of 2007.

Thanks to an increase of 1.5 percent. During Thursday’s trading session, WIG set a new record. Previous records were 67,529.39 points as of January 23, 2018 and 67,568.51 points as of July 6, 2007. The record was broken today at closing prices. In the intraday category, the record from January 23, 2018 was not broken – during the WIG session at that time, it reached 67,933.05 points.

Today’s result was mainly affected by large companies that recorded great gains, and their shares were trading noticeably. and yes LPP Increase of more than 7%, Pepco by 5.5%, PKO BP at 2.8 percent, PGNiG at 1.5 percent, or Allegro by 3.8 percent

WIG, ie the index of the Warsaw Stock ExchangeIt is the index that has been recorded the longest on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Its value is calculated from April 16, 1991. It includes all companies listed on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, and its value is the weighted average of the quotations of companies that make up this index.

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