Liquidity on BVB went up 75% last weekPublish date: 03-11-2009
The trading value on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) stood at 209.53 million lei (about 49 million euros) last week, up 75% as against the week before.
According to a weekly report of Intercapital Invest brokerage firm, liquidity has been supported by transactions with shares of SIF Oltenia, SIF Moldova, while over 34% of the transaction value was given by the bonds transfer.
The banking sector accounted for 81% of the total exchange of shares while the oil sector, for 5%. The transactions with bonds accounted for 71.46 million lei.
All BVB indices went down, with the BET index of the most liquid 10 companies going down 4.43% and the BET-FI index of the financial institutions, depreciating 9.02%.
The best selling shares belonged to Romcarbion (12.73%) and Bermas Suceava (9,02%) while Turbomecanic - (14.53%) and Vrancart (12.55%) saw the steepest depreciation.
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