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WIG20 index

What is the WIG20 index?

The WIG20 index is a free-float capitalisation-weighted stock index of 20 corporations on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The WIG20 was created in April 1994 and the base value was set to 1,000.

The WIG20 launched in 1994, but in more recent years, you may have heard of the Warsaw Stock Exchange's newer index, called the WIG30. This second index is very similar in principle, but has an increased number of the Warsaw Stock Exchange's largest and most liquid corporations listed – 30 in total.

What you need to know about the WIG20 index.

The WIG20 index is a capitalisation-weighted index. Therefore, the 20 corporations that make up the WIG20 have the highest outstanding share market value of all the corporations currently on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

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