Polish stocks

Polish stocks are traded on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The Warsaw Stock Exchange is the largest in Poland and ranks among the top 20 European stock exchanges. Some of the largest and most popular Polish companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange are: PKN Orlen (the largest company on the WSE), PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA, PZU ZUS SA, Asseco Poland SA, Bank Zachodni WBK SA, KGHM Polska Miedź SA, Lotos Group SA

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is one of the most important and largest exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe. It was created in 1995 by the merger of two markets: the Polish Liquidation Center and the Polish Securities Market. WSE is located at Stawki 2, 00-922 Warszawa, Poland. It operates as a public limited liability company whose stocks are listed on the NewConnect Section A regulated market (WSE). The WSE has been trading stocks for more than 20 years and more than 100 companies are listed on it.

You can buy stocks on the Polish stock exchange online, for example, through the broker XTB. The company has a subsidiary in Poland that operates under a license granted by the Polish Financial Supervisory Authority (KNF). You can also buy stocks on GPW through brokers who are authorized to trade on this exchange. The best way to buy Polish stocks is through the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE). WSE is the largest stock exchange in Poland and offers a wide range of investment options. It has more than 400 companies on its platform and is the best place to invest in Polish stocks.

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