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Bucharest stocks rise at Friday’s session opening

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The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) opened Friday’s trading session upbeat and 40 minutes into business the turnover stood at 3.87 million RON (796,159 euros), according to Agerpres.

The main BET index, which tracks the most liquid 20 companies, picked up 0.31 percent, and the BET-Plus index which shows the evolution of the top liquid 37 shares also gained 0.31 percent.

The extended blue-chip index BET-XT of the top-liquid 25 issuers opened 0.22 percent up, while the return benchmark index for stock investment funds BET-BK gained 0.22 percent.

The BET-FI index of the five financial investment companies dropped 0.20 percent, while the sectoral energy and related utilities index BET-NG rose 0.21 percent.

The BET AeRO index of the 20 representative companies on the AeRO market was up 0.63 percent.

According to BVB, the top three risers were Dafora (5.63 percent), SIF Banat Crisana (1.60 percent), and Erste Group Bank (1.53 percent).

Conversely, the top three fallers were SIF Oltenia (-3.09 percent), Electromagnetica (-2.24 percent), and Transgaz (-1.91 percent).

Agerpres

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