The stock market ended session with across the board declines today, led by the FIC sector that slumped 2.6% after rumors of a possible few-weeks delay in the holding cap ruling.

The liquidity at the stock market rose Tuesday, to 37.83 million lei (€9.18 million) from Monday when it stood at 26.08 million lei (€6.31 million).

“The possible few-week delay in the holding cap ruling have pushed down the shares of financial investment companies. However, the general trend was downward today, with across-the-board decline, a normal move after the strong growth we’ve seen lately”, Mihai Muresan, trader at Intercapital Invest told NewsIn.

BET index that gauges the performance of the ten most actively traded stocks at BSE shed 0.25% to 5,360.37 points, and composite BET-C fell 0.54% to 3,079.70 points.

BET-FI index of the five financial investment companies took the heaviest losses, with 2.57% drop to 29,966.68 points, while Vienna’s ROTX declined 0.71% to 10,766.32 points.

BET-XT index of the 5 most traded stocks finished 1.11% down, to 536.37 points, while BET-NG of ten energy companies closed 0.57% down to 711,57 points.

FIC Oltenia (BSE:SIF5) have been the most traded stocks today, with shares worth 10.9 million lei changing hands, while stock prices moved 2.40% lower. FIC Moldova (BSE:SIF2) suffered a 2.07% correction to 1.42 lei.

Dafora Medias (BSE: DAFR) has been the watchword today in the energy field, as transactions totaled 2.84 million lei, and stock prices fell 2.10% to 0.14lei.