Index of Central and East European securities quoted at Warsaw Stock Exchange - WIG-CEE
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After 20 years of transition in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) the capital markets are considered to be emerging markets and they are still developing. In the last few years, the Warsaw Stock Exchange achieved the first position in the CEE region by the number of listed companies, the value of shares turnover and by the value of market capitalization. Because of the growing number of listed foreign companies from the CEE countries the Warsaw Stock Exchange decided to launch the first regional index. The aim of this paper is to describe the index construction and to investigate its properties through the application of statistical methods.
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