Banca Transilvania, Romgaz and FP, the most traded securities on the stock exchange in June


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The securities of Transilvania Bank, Romgaz and Fondul Proprietatea (FP) were the most traded on the local stock market, on the main market in June, according to the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) data.

Including Banca Transilvania shares, there were made 10,730 transactions, amounting to over RON 255.4 million, with those of Romgaz – 8,084 transactions, meaning over RON 136.5 million and Fondul Proprietatea – about 3,886 transactions of almost RON 99.3 million.

Then, Transgaz and Transelectrica followed with RON 49.3 million, respectively RON 39.2 million.

According to BVB, there were of 336,914 transactions on the main market at the beginning of the year, worth over RON 4.25 billion, 85 issuing companies and 38 intermediaries. Also, there were deals of RON 282.6 million from bonds, the daily average being of RON 2.2 million.

Since the beginning of the year, 503,235 transactions have occurred at BVB overall, whose value exceeded RON 4.89 billion.


BVB after Brexit: BET index posts a recovery of 3.5 pc

After the consistent fall last Friday amid investors’ risk aversion, driven by favorable referendum on Great Britain exit from the European Union, the domestic capital market underwent a week of comebacks concluded with a balance of over 3 percent in the main indices.

The stock market ended the week with an anemic session, indices’ advance being only about 0.20 percent, under the weakest liquidity conditions in the last session, the stock market turnover recording only RON 15.74 million (EUR 3.49 million).

The BET index closed at 6487.06 points, which means that the weekly appreciation is 3.52 percent compared to 6266.14 points previous Friday, marked by sharp declines amid the wave of sales in international markets British vote for Brexit.

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