Ok. time. On 13.12, the main indices of the WSE are clearly increasing. WIG20 grows by 1.7 percent. to 2,228 points, the WIG grew by 1.4 percent. up to 68 818 points The indices representing medium and small companies are also higher than Monday’s closing. mWIG40 after an increase by 1.1 percent. is quoted at 5403 points, and the sWIG80 goes up by approx. 0.5 percent. up to 20 240 points
The turnover on the broad market reaches PLN 482 million, of which 380 million is attributable to WIG20 companies.
The mood in Europe is positive and all major indices are clearly gaining in value.
The German DAX grows by 2.1 percent, the CAC 40 increases by 2.3 percent and the FTSE250 increases by 1.3 percent.
US S&P 500 futures trading at 1.2% plus.
In terms of sectors, 13 out of 15 indices have risen the most, including mining companies (3.7%), clothing companies (3.5%) and media companies (2.9%).
Among the declining sectors, companies from the chemical industry (-0.2%) and telecommunications (-0.18%) are symbolically losing.
In the WIG20, Allegro is the leader in the growth and activity of investors, which set historical lows at the Monday session. The rate increases by approx. 5.5 percent. to PLN 36.65 with a turnover exceeding PLN 96 million.
Mining companies, which have significantly lost their value in recent weeks, are strong. KGHM is up 3.9 percent, JSW is up 3.4 percent.
After a few days of correction, the clothing sector is also gaining, and LPP representing it in the WIG20 is growing by 4.5 percent. up to PLN 13,750, with 1.1 percent CCC increase.
In this phase of Tuesday’s session, the shares of only three companies in the WIG20 are falling. Orange Polska, which has been weak since the beginning of trading, is losing the most (-1.3%), by 0.8%. the price of Asseco Poland is decreasing, and by a symbolic 0.1 percent. PKO BP is losing its share.
Among the medium-sized companies in mWIG40, Famur recorded the highest growth, growing by 6.2%. standing out from the top of several days of consolidation. 4.3 percent Comarch grows to the level of PLN 217 and is trying to distance itself from the minimums set at the end of November at the level of PLN 210.
After two days of clear drops by 3.8 percent. The shares of Kruk rebound to the level of PLN 353, and these increases are accompanied by a turnover of PLN 5.7 million.
Banks occupy the first two positions among the declining components of the mWIG40. mBank is down by 2.6 percent and Bank Millennium by 3.3 percent. These decreases are also accompanied by the turnover, which is the largest among the components of mWIG40.
For the second session in a row, Biomed Lublin is performing poorly, losing 2.1 percent. to PLN 4.8, however, there is still about 8% to the minimums from December 1.
The share prices of Ciech (-1%) and Grupa Azoty (-0.1%), which is one of the sector leaders in Monday’s gains, are also going down.
Among the companies with the sWIG80, Action is the leader of growth, which stands out from the consolidation that has been building since the end of November. The share price of this company gains 8.7 percent. with a turnover exceeding PLN 1.2 million.
By over 5.5 percent Airway rate is growing, and by 6.2 percent. the rate of AB SA, which has the fifth trading session in succession.
With the highest turnover in this market segment, reaching PLN 2 million, by 0.8%. Bogdanka is gaining, although at the beginning of the session the increase was 2.5%.
Among the sWIG80 companies that lose their value, the INC (-3.6%) and Ryvu Therapeutics shares stand out the most, with their share price falling by 3.2%.