COVID-19 data snapshot – Day 15


COVID-19 in Poland data snapshot - Day 15
What has changed over the past 15 days since the first COVID-19 case was reported in Poland?

Like most markets around the world, the WIG20, the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s main index, has taken a beating. Last Thursday, the index dropped by 13.3% to around the 1300-point mark, resulting in the largest collapse that the index had ever seen since its inception in 1994. Since then, it has rebounded to above 1400 points by the close of trade on Wednesday. The złoty has been steady, even gaining on some of the major currencies.

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Midweek market snapshot: 24 March 2020
The WIG20 index rebounded on Tuesday after losses on Monday and a dire month – although it fell short of the growth recorded in other international markets. With a digital export base and literally a captive market, Poland’s video game industry once again performed strongly. The WIG20, the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s main index, made up [...]
Written by: PT DATA TEAM