PRAGUE / BUDAPEST / WARSAW (dpa-AFX) - The stock markets in Central and Eastern Europe have largely increased on Monday and thus the friendly trend in others stock marketconnected places. Only the Budapest Stock Exchange gave way. Overall, the new trading week got off to a smooth start.
In Hungary, the Bux lost 0,73 percent to 47 804,26 points. The stocks of the heavily weighted OTP Bank were the stocks with the highest turnover, losing 1,11 percent. The shares of the pharmaceutical company Richter Gedeon lost 0,79 percent.
In Warsaw, however, the leading index Wig-20 rose by 0,16 percent to 2255,48 points. The market-wide TIG remained stable with a plus of 0,05 percent to 67 points.
Among the individual values, the papers of the Amazon competitor Allegro rose by 2,99 percent. The shares of the computer game developer CD Projekt gained 7,37 percent. Bank values, however, fell: Santander Bank Polska lost 4,07 percent, PKO Bank Polski lost 2,14 percent and Bank Pekao went 1,78 percent lighter from trading.
On the Prague stock exchange, the PX advanced 0,29 percent to 1159,44 units. Financial stocks rose moderately: Moneta Money Bank closed 0,59 percent higher and Komercni Banka gained 0,19 percent.
In Moscow it also went up: The Russian RTS index rose by 0,32 percent to 1640,22 points.