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Main index of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB), at its highest level in the last 11 years

By Emea Riga
April 24th marks a landmark in the history of transactions on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB). All BVB indicators closed the trading day on green, some indicators rising to record levels.
The main index of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) closed the session on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at the level of 9005 points, the highest in the last 11 years. Thus, BET, which shows the evolution of the most liquid 13 companies, climbed 0.54% above the level at which it shut down on Monday.
At the same time, the BET-Plus index, which shows the evolution of the most liquid 37 shares from the BVB, increased by 0.44%, the SIF BET-FI index appreciated by 0.06% and BET-NG , the index of the 10 energy and utilities companies, rose by 0.53%.
The BET-XT expanded BET-XT index of the 25 most liquid stocks appreciated by 0.37%, while the BET-BK index of return on investment funds increased by 0.26%.
The highest values of transactions were made with the shares of MedLife (+ 1.83%), OMV Petrom (+ 1.13%), Digi Communications, Nuclearelectrica, Fondul Proprietatea, Romgaz. Evolution of the index was "built" on the financial results of the companies in 2017, which led to high yielding dividends and far superior to bank earnings.
Of the 87 companies listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB), 43 want to reward shareholders with dividends from profits in 2017, with gross returns ranging from 1% to 22%, according to an analysis based on Estinvest Brokerage Company data.
The companies face this in front of shareholders in April's sessions with an average gross return of 6.6% and analysts believe that the Romanian capital market has chances to rank first among the world in the top rankings of the stock exchange.

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