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Cyfrowy Polsat weekly viewership; Paged on strategy; Famur & Comarch on takeovers


Asian equity markets kicked off Tuesday trade with losses following a slightly negative closing in the US. Western European indexes mostly ended the Monday session in the red, outperformed by CEE markets. Warsaw's large-cap index surged late in the Monday session and closed up 2% at 2220 pts, outperforming the broad index WIG with its 1.25% gain.

CYFROWY POLSAT - Listed media & telecom group Cyfrowy Polsat's flagship channel Polsat retailed the leading position in terms of nationwide viewership in the week ending on April 2, with the viewership share down by 0.3 ppt w/w to 11.8%.


Public broadcaster TVP1 fell to the third place, losing 2.3 ppt to 8.8%.


Private media group TVN advanced to the second position with the viewership up 0.9 ppt w/w to 10.6%.

StationCurrent weekPrevious week
Polsat 11,8% 12,0%
TVN 10,6% 9,8%
TVP1 8,8% 11,1%
TVP2 8,5% 8,0%
TV4 4,4% 4,2%
TVN24 4,3% 3,8%
TVP INFO 3,1% 3,4%

PAGED - Listed wood firm Paged expects its core business of plywood revenues to grow by 5% annually on average, the company said in a strategy to 2021.


The high-growth areas should see revenue growth at 15% of revenues.


Paged is also mulling its options concerning development of the furniture business, the company said.


FAMUR - Listed mining machinery producer Famur saw its unit Famak purchase 100% in Fugo Zamet for PLN 14 mln, Famur said in a market filing.


COMARCH - Listed IT firm Comarch completed takeover of Geopolis for PLN 8.05 mln, the company said in a statement.


Geopolis offers GIS systems for public administration.


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