The Estimation of the Influence of the Economy on the Capital Market in Poland During 2000-2006
The relation between the economy and the capital market is very interesting as far as analysis related to the capital market is concerned. The key statement is that the changes in the country economy have influence on the capital market. The aim of this article is to investigate if there are any essential connections between the values characterizing the capital market and the economy condition in Poland. Such values were taken into consideration as stock indices (WIG20, WIG), the rate of exchange, the level of unemployment, inflation, the GDP, Poland's economic growth. The analyses were made for some indices on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WIG, WIG20) and for some economic variables (e.g. the level of unemployment, inflation, the GDP, the economic growth and other). Analyses were made for the data in the period of 2000-2006. Some statistical parameters were used to find statistical regularity for some indexes on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and for some economic variables observed in Poland. The authors analysed the relation between selected variables, too. Excel 2003 for Windows and Statistica 6.1 PL were used for all the calculations. The significant element of the fundamental analysis is the confirmation of a statistic regularity concerning the relation between the economy and the capital market. Stock analysis in the scope of fundamental analysis should be also made by the use of macroeconomic variables. It will considerably increase the safety of investment and also its profitability.
Modelling the Employment Structure in Public Companies for a Small Sample
The analysis of employment structure is a very important issue in the companies and it is connected with many factors in the company and on the market. An interesting issue is whether labour efficiency affects economic and financial performance of the company and the whole market. In the case of any statistical regularities concerning this issue it is necessary to allow for the variables related to employment, e.g. in the analyses of listed companies. It is a particularly important matter in Poland where the ownership transformations and transition to market economy have resulted in major changes in employment in individual companies. The main goal of the paper is an analysis of the structure of companies by their group labour productivity in homogenous groups of listed companies, the so called megasectors, in relation to their economic and financial condition. The study refers to the period of 2000-2003 and includes 73 companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.