May 14 (Bloomberg) -- Warsaw Stock Exchange, the operator of the Polish bourse, fell to a three-week low after proposing a lower-than-predicted dividend.
The shares slumped 2.7 percent to 36.01 zloty, the weakest level since April 25, at 12:41 p.m. in Warsaw trading.
“Investors expected the company to pay out about 75 percent of the last year’s net as a dividend,‘‘ Kamil Stolarski, an analyst at Espirito Santo Investment SA, said by phone from Warsaw today.
The operator will recommend paying 36.5 million zloty ($10.9 million), or 30.1 percent of its 2011 profit, as a dividend, the company said in a regulatory statement today.
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