Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW)

The Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) is one of the fastest growing financial instruments exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe. The markets operated by GPW list stocks and bonds of nearly a thousand local and international issuers. The Exchange also offers derivatives and structured products, as well as information services. 27 years of experience, high trading security, operational excellence and a broad range of products make GPW one of the most recognised Polish financial institutions in the world.

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JPMORGAN TO LAUNCH DIGITAL BANK IN UK AS GROWTH IN SECTOR SLOWS

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US banking giant JPMorgan is to launch a UK digital bank later this year in an attempt to acquire a share of an increasingly crowded market. The bank will adopt the Chase branding and offer a number of savings and lending products, according to Sky News. JPMorgan will be following the lead of rival Goldman Sachs, which launched its Marcus brand in the UK in 2018 and now boasts over 300,000 customers. Rumours of JPMorgan's intentions have been circulating for some time. In June 2019, the US b...

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