The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) has closed Q2 of 2013 with a net profit of RON 2.7 M, the profit registered in the first six months of the year reaching a level of RON 4.24 M, close to the level budgeted for 2013, the report published yesterday by the institution’s leadership shows. The secondary sale offer of 15 per cent of Transgaz shares and Fondul Proprietatea’s private placement of OMV Petrom shares had an important contribution in hiking the transaction revenues. The operational profit registered in Q2 of 2013 grew to RON 1.89 M, up by 9.6 percent compared to April-June 2012. The turnover stood at RON 4.84 M, up by 19.4 percent compared to Q1. Operational expenses registered in Q2 of 2013 stood at a level of approximately RON 3 M, lower than in the previous quarter but also compared to the same period last year.