The liquidity at the stock market dropped to 26 million lei (€6.37 million) from 41.94 million lei (€10.27 million) yesterday. Fixed-income instruments attracted 97.27 million lei (€23.82 million), after a round of major state-securities transactions and modest municipal bonds deals.

BET index that gauges the performance of ten most actively traded stocks at BSE finished up 0.73% to 5,925.31 points, while composite BET-C rose 0.84% to 3,428.18 points.

BET-FI index of the five financial investment companies shed 0.09% to 32,053.14 points, while Vienna’s ROTX gained 0.32% to 11,796.55 points.

BET-XT gauge of 25 most traded stocks climbed 0.44% to 585.67 points, while BET-NG gauge of ten energy stocks jumped 1.16% to 790.38 points.

European stock markets were mixed in choppy trading at BSE’s closing, the main indices posting narrow variations from their benchmark levels. At the London Stock Exchange, FTSE index of the leading 100 companies was moving 0.08% higher to 5,649.00 points, while Germany’s DAX was shedding 0.10% to 6,018.35 points. France’s CAC40 was edging down 0.07% to 3,955.23 points.

FIC Oltenia (BSE:SIF5) have been the most traded stocks today, with a total trading value of 6.08 million lei, while stock prices closed flat at 1.78 lei. FIC Moldova (BSE:SIF2) also stood at 1,51 lei, and recorded a total trading value of 3.29 million lei.

Petrom (BSE:SNP) jumped 3.38% to 0.3360, while Transelectrica (BSE:TEL) ended 2.09% up to 19.50 lei.