Polish equity market posted losses on Monday on the Greek threat. The broad market measure, the WIG Index, declined 1.73 %. All sectors in the WIG Index fell, with materials (-3.20%), technologies (-2.62%) and constructions (-2.32%) stocks dragging the market down.
In the large-cap stock universe, most of the names posted losses, pushing the group measure, the WIG30 Index, down 1.74%. BOGDANKA (WSE: LWB) recorded the biggest slump, dropping 5.20%. Additional pressure on the company's quotations came from news that the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) stated that the state-owned coal miner Kompania Weglowa does not curb competition, rejecting charges posed by BOGDANKA. It was followed by LPP (WSE: LPP) and KGHM (WSE: KGH), losing 3.85% and 3.07% respectively. At the same time, TAURON PE (WSE: TPE), GTC (WSE: GTC) and KERNEL (WSE: KER) were the only names that stepped up, returning gains of 0.23%-0.69%.