The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) opened high its trading session on Friday, with the general composite index of the market BET-C having recorded an appreciation by 1.26 percent in the beginning of the session.
The BET-FI index of the SIFs (social investment companies) saw a growth by 1.77 percent, with the main BET index reflecting the evolution o the 10 most liquid shares listed having climbed by 2.21 percent, in the first five minutes since the launch of the transfers.
The ROTX went up by 1.97 percent, with the blue-chip extended index BET-XT of the most liquid 25 titles having went up by 2.01 percent and with the sectoral index for energy and utilities BET-NG having seen an appreciation by 1.19 percent.
The BVB liquidity stood at 161,961 euros, with shares being transfered on the RASDAQ market of BVB in the first five minutes since the opening of the session worth 653 euros in total. The most liquid shares were belonging to the SIF5 Oltenia, SIF2 Moldova, Banca Transilvania, Petrom and BRD (Romanian Bank for Development).