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The WIG20 is a capitalization-weighted stock market index of the twenty largest companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. WIG is an acronym for Warszawski Indeks Giełdowy, which translates to Warsaw Stock Index in Polish. However, so that no sector would dominate the index, the rule was introduced that there can be a maximum of 5 companies per sector. In this way, for example, we have 5 banks in the index. Companies also have different shares in the index, with clear consequences.[1]

The all-time high of the index is 3,940.53 points, set during the intraday on 29 October 2007.

Annual Returns[edit]

The following table shows the annual development of the WIG20 since 1991.[2]

Year Closing level Change in index
in points
Change in index
in %
1991 90.90
1992 102.90 12.00 13.20
1993 1,229.80 1,126.90 1,095.14
1994 732.00 −497.80 −40.48
1995 791.90 59.90 8.18
1996 1,441.80 649.90 82.07
1997 1,487.20 45.40 3.15
1998 1,241.20 −246.00 −16.54
1999 1,788.60 547.40 44.10
2000 1,816.19 27.59 1.54
2001 1,208.34 −607.75 −33.47
2002 1,175.64 −32.70 −2.71
2003 1,574.04 398.40 33.89
2004 1,960.57 386.53 24.56
2005 2,654.95 694.38 35.42
2006 3,285.49 630.54 23.75
2007 3,456.05 170.56 5.19
2008 1,789.73 −1,666.32 −48.21
2009 2,388.72 598.99 33.47
2010 2,744.17 355.45 14.88
2011 2,144.48 −599.69 −21.85
2012 2,582.98 438.50 20.45
2013 2,400.98 −182.00 −7.05
2014 2,315.94 −85.04 −3.54
2015 1,859.15 −456.79 −19.72
2016 1,947.92 88.77 4.77
2017 2,461.21 513.29 26.35
2018 2,276.63 −184.58 −7.50
2019 2,150.09 −126.54 −5.56
2020 1,938.98 −211.11 −9.82

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