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May 8, 2021
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Market Report for Regulated Market June 2016 : BVB had a better evolution than markets in the region

Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) had in June a better evolution than markets in the region, passing quickly over the vote in UK to leave the EU ant its impact over European financial markets. BET Total Return (BET-TR) increased in June with 4.26%. The BET-TR index is reflecting the evolution of ten most liquid stocks listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, included in the BET and dividends distributed to shareholders by these companies. In June, the main index of BVB – BET – went up by 1.78%.

In June, the turnover in shares was RON 719.1 mn (EUR 158.9 mn), an increase of more than 8% compared to May, when the total turnover was RON 664.2 mn (EUR 147.6 mn). In the first half of the year, the total turnover in shares was RON 4243.1 mn, with 5.6% higher than the same period in 2015.

Average daily equity trading value was RON 34.2 mn (EUR 7.5 mn), compared to RON 31.6 mn (EUR 7 mn) in May. Since the beginning of the year, average daily equity trading on BVB was RON 33.4 mn (EUR 7.4 mn), 3.1% higher than in same period of the last year.

In June, investors had traded fund units, bonds and structured products in total stock over RON 778.8 mn (EUR 172.1 mn).

The market capitalization of all companies listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange was RON 120.2 bn (EUR 26.5 bn). Of this amount, the market capitalization of Romanian companies was RON 67.8 bn (EUR 14.9 bn), up from the previous month.

In June, the most traded five shares were: Banca Banca Transilvania (TLV), Romgaz (SNG), Fondul Proprietatea (FP), Transgaz (TGN) and Transelectrica (TEL), with a total value of more than RON 560 mn.

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