TeleTrade takes trading to a new level. Always combining innovation and dedication to our clients’ needs, we strive to offer you the largest suite of investment products in the industry. Apart from over 130 Forex and CFD instruments, our valued clients can now take their pick from a broad range of financial instruments traded on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Diversify your portfolio and maximize your earning potential with instruments traded on the largest stock exchange in Central and Eastern Europe. We go the extra mile to offer you easy access and brokerage services of the highest standards that will enhance your trading experience. Enter the fascinating world of stock exchange trading and change the way you trade forever.
About the Warsaw Stock Exchange
The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is located in Poland and it is the largest national stock exchange in the CEE region and one of the most rapidly-growing exchanges in Europe. Established in 1991 by the State Treasury, it gained a market capitalization of $200 billion in just six years. The exchange offers a broad spectrum of financial services and products, including electronically traded equities, bonds and derivative products. With total capitalisation of domestic and foreign companies at PLN 1,083 billion at the end of 2015, with 65.9 thousand transactions daily, average value of trade in equities of PLN 800 million in 2015 in the Main Market alone, and with 30 new listed companies in 2015, IPOs totaling PLN 2.0 billion, the Warsaw Stock Exchange is one of CEE’s leaders in terms of equity trading. Currently, the exchange lists approximately 1000 issuers, including 52 international companies from the CEE region, as well as from Austria, UK, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Israel and China.
Get access to a wide range of instruments
Investors can trade instruments on the following markets of the Warsaw Stock Exchange:
Trading in equities, investment certificates and exchange-traded funds on the WIG20, DAX and S&P 500 indices.
Trading in small-cap / growth equities.
Trading in corporate, municipal, mortgage-backed and government fixed-income securities.
Trading in derivative instruments linked to stock indices, single stocks, currencies, and interest rates.