About Warsaw Stock Exchange
The first stock exchange in Poland was opened in Warsaw on May 12, 1817. Sessions were held from 12.00 to 13.00. In the nineteenth century, the subject of trade on the Warsaw Stock Exchange were primarily bills of exchange and bonds. Stock trading developed on a larger scale in the second half of the nineteenth century. In the years between World War I and World War II, stock exchanges in Poland operated on the basis of the President’s decree on the organization of stock exchanges. In addition to the Warsaw Stock Exchange, there were also stock exchanges in Katowice, Kraków, Lviv, Łódź, Poznań and Vilnius. However, the stock exchange in Warsaw, where 90% of the turnover was concentrated, was of fundamental importance. In 1938, 130 securities were listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange: bonds (state, bank, municipal), mortgage bonds and shares… Continue reading about Warsaw Stock Exchange here.