Cold market greets BZ WBK

Broomfield, Leo
September 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;9/24/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 39, p4
Focuses on the market response on the trading of the employee shares of the Bank Zachodni Wielkopolski Bank Kredytowy in Warsaw, Poland. Effect of the United States terrorist attacks on the state of the Warsaw Stock Exchange; Percentage of shares traded; Impact of the share sale on the bank's free float.


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