Main trends of Warsaw Stock Exchange development in post-crisis period

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This article is dedicated to the identification of attractiveness factors of regional stock exchanges for issuers on the example of one of the fastest growing exchanges in Europe — Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE). The study leaded to identification of the significant role of regional stock exchanges for global stock market. Throughout its development WSE improved its basic characteristics such as the number of registered companies and their capitalization, investors' shares, stock turnover, and market indices. As a result, the Warsaw Stock Exchange in the last two years holds a leading position in Central and Eastern Europe. WSE, as a regional platform, responds to changes in the world economy more strongly than the global stock exchanges. Preferences of investors and issuers of WSE are formed due to the conditions and opportunities that the stock provides and its role as a key regional stock exchange.

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S G Glavina

Peoples Friendship University of Russia



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