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Bucharest Stock Exchange opens higher on Thursday

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The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) opened Thursday’s trading session higher, with turnover at 21.4 million lei (4.3 million euros) after 30 minutes of trading.

The main BET index, which shows the evolution of the 20 most liquid companies, registered an appreciation of 0.01%, and the BET-Plus index, which shows the evolution of the 43 most liquid shares on the BVB, was also up 0.01%.

At the same time, the BET-XT blue-chip broad index of the 25 most liquid stocks increased 0.01%, while the benchmark for investment fund returns, BET-BK, was down 0.14%.

The SIF’s BET-FI index of SIFs was 0.06% lower and BET-NG, the index of 10 energy and utilities companies, rose 0.05%.

According to BVB data, the biggest increases in the value of shares were recorded by Armatura (+14.57%), Electroaparataj (+7.03%) and Prefab (+5.14%).

On the other hand, Condmag (-13,33%), UCM Resita (-7,69%) and COMCM Constanta (-5,56%) shares decreased.

AGERPRES

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