Polish Stocks Drop on Report of Possible Management Shakeups

  • CEOs at PKN, PZU, Enea, Energa may resign, Puls Biznesu says
  • WIG20 at six-year low and is worst-performing index globally

Shares in some of Poland’s biggest state-controlled utilities and the top insurer fell, pushing Warsaw’s main index to the lowest in more than six years, after newspapers reported a slew of management shakeups by the new government.

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