Necula, Prime Transaction: Prices should stabilize to previous troughs

Stocks at the Bucharest Stock Exchange finished down today, as investors remained cautious on the internal and international context.
The total trade value at the equity market stood at 19.7 million lei (€4.67 million) while the bond sector generated a liquidity of €9,598.

BET index
of the ten most actively traded stocks at BSE dropped 1.33% to 4,799.40 points, while composite BET-C gave up 1.05% to 2,870.31 points.

BET-FI index
of the five financial investment companies slumped 3.57% to 19,181.65 points, while Vienna’s ROTX dropped 1.52% to 9,683.05 points.

“The global context makes investors take a cautious approach and reduce risks. In the coming period we should see a stabilization of prices to previously touched troughs”, Gabriel Necula (photo), deputy operations director of Prime Transaction told Wall-Street.

BET-XT index of the 25 most traded stocks fell 1.86% to 434.84 points, while BET-NG benchmark of ten energy companies shed 0.48% to 684.80 points.

SIF Oltenia shares (BSE:SIF5) have been the most traded today, with a total trade value of 5.59 million lei, while stock prices decreased by 2.65% to 1.10 lei. SIF Moldova (BSE:SIF2) finished down 2.86% to 0.85 lei, and recorded a total trade value of 3.14 million lei.

BRD SocGen (BSE:BRD) closed down 5.47% to 11.7 lei, while Banca Transilvania (BSE:TLV) moved 2.72% lower to 1.43 lei.

OMV Petrom (BSE:SNP)
shed 0.68% to 0.29 lei, while Azomures (BSE:AZO) dropped 1.15% to 0.43 lei.

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