Stocks drop on Greece debt worries

Stocks at the Bucharest Stock Exchange continued to post sharp losses, as Greece debt worries pushed the financial investment companies sector down 2% in late afternoon trading, while bond sector grabbed the spotlight with record trade value.

The total trade value at the Bucharest Stock Exchange rose markedly today to 47.22 million lei (€11.4 million), from 17.91 million lei (€4.35 million) yesterday. The bond sector attracted a record liquidity of 185.15 million lei (€44.69 million) in ten separate deals with one government securities series (B1403A).

BET index that gauges the performance of ten most actively traded stocks slumped 1.44% to 5,686.22 points, while composite BET-C gave up 1.66% and closed at 3,427.60 points.

BET-FI index of the five financial investment companies (BSE:SIF) suffered the sharpest drop, of 2.02% to 29,436.33 points, while Vienna's ROTX closed down 1.54% to 11,631.64 points.

BET-XT index of the 25 most traded stocks shed 1.77% to 560.41 points, while BET-NG gauge of ten energy companies fell 0.63% to 781.88 points.

FIC Oltenia shares (BSE:SIF5) have been the most traded stocks today, with a total trade value of 16.83 million lei, while stock prices dropped 1.09% to 1.81 lei. FIC Moldova (BSE:SIF2) plummeted 2.22% to 1.32 lei, and recorded a total trade value of 7.32 million lei.

In the banking sector, BRD SocGen (BSE:BRD) suffered 3.95% drop to 14.60 lei, while Erste Bank (BSE:EBS) dropped 2.01% to 136.20 lei.

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