The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) closed Tuesday’s trading session with growth, and the value of transactions exceeded 336.6 million RON (68.3 million euros), write Agerpres.
The main BET index appreciated by 1.36%, up to 12,421.84 points, and the BET-Plus, which shows the evolution of the most liquid 37 shares on the Stock Exchange, recorded an increase of 1.31%.
At the same time, the extended blue-chip index BET-XT, of the 25 most liquid securities, ended up 1.35%, while the index of SIFs, BET-FI, closed up 0.73% .
The BET-BK index, the yield benchmark of investment funds, recorded a 1.54% increase in value, and the BET-NG, which measures the performance of the ten energy and utility companies, appreciated by 1.64%.
The BET AeRO index, which includes 20 representative companies on the AeRO market, lost 0.24% of its value.
On the Regulated Market, the most traded were OMV Petrom shares, with 10.86 million RON, followed by Nuclearelectrica shares, which generated exchanges worth almost 6.95 million RON, and those of Fondul Proprietatea – 4, 46 million RON.
The best developments were registered by Prebet (+4.44%), Erste Group Bank (+3.82%) and Compa (+3.64%).
On the other hand, the most important decreases were recorded by the shares of Societatea de Constructii Napoca (-5.71%), Romcab (-3.62%) and Oil Terminal (-1.84%).