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Raiffeisen Centrobank has broadened its structured products range in Poland with the launch of more than a hundred products based on domestic underlyings on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, including the first listed warrants since 2005
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) today became the first non-Polish financial institution to become a member of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. This will allow DrKW’s institutional clients to trade Polish stocks and derivatives from April 1.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange has launched its first interest rate derivatives contract in the form of Polish Treasury note futures.
Euronext, the combined Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels exchange, has taken a further step towards creating a pan-European derivatives trading platform, by entering a cross-selling agreement with the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).