Despite a sluggish start, Tuesday's session on the Warsaw Stock Exchange proved to be rather successful for investors. By the afternoon, European indexes had grown rapidly, with the WSE following suit.
At the end of the day, the WIG20 had grown by 0.75 percent and reached 2,352.88 points, its highest level since February this year. The WIG grew by 0.58 percent, to 43,010.49 points. During the entire day, trade volumes reached around zł.600 million as much as in the previous day's trading.
TVN was a growth leader for a second day in a row, with its share price increasing in value by 5.65 percent. The statement of the German Constitutional Tribunal concerning the functioning of the European Stability Mechanism will be the most important information that could have an impact on investor behavior today.
A (rather unlikely) veto would lead to a collapse of the rescue plan for the euro zone.
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