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ASF: the stock exchange indicators registered positive evolution, over 18% in the first nine months; the value of tradings diminished by 15%

All indicators of the Romanian stock exchange have recorded positive evolutions, over 18% in the first nine months of the year 2019, but the cumulated value of the tradings on all markets diminished by 15% down to 8.12 billion lei, informs The Authority for Financial Supervision (ASF) in a press release.

During the period mentioned above, the BET reference indicator which surprises the evolutions of the most traded companies on the regulated market of BVB had a growth of approximately 30%.

‘The BET-TR indicator, the first indicator total return type launched by BVB registered on 30th September 2019 the highest growth, 41% BET FI, the indicator which shows the evolution of the companies for financial investments and other entities similar to these, increased by 18%. Similarly, the ROTX indicator, developed by BVB together with the Stock Exchange of Vienna advanced by 30% on 30th September 2019 against the end of 2018’ the ASF report says.

At the end of September 2019, the capitalization of the stock exchange on the regulated market reached the level of 170.46 billion lei, slightly up against  30th September 2018. In the first part of 2019, the BVB stock exchange capitalization ( only shares) registered a growing trend after the correction at the end of 2018, following a slight diminution starting with May.

On the other hand, in the first nine months of 2019, the cumulated value of the tradings on all markets registered a drop of 15% from 9.55 billion lei in the first three quarters of 2018 to 8.12 billion lei during the same period of 2019.The lack of offers on the Romanian market determined this drop in the tradings on the stock exchange.

On 30th September 2019, the first in the ratings of the most liquid companies whose shares were traded on BVB on the main market (Regular) is Banca Transilvania (TLV) which has a share of almost 31% from the total value which was traded. The next positions were covered by Fondul Proprietatea (FP), BRD –Societe Generale (BRD), OMV Petrom (SNP) and Romgaz (SNG).

According to the ASF data, the total value of the shares of the collective placement bodies (OPC) of Romania was 43.77 billion lei on 30th September 2019 up by almost 11% as compared to the level at the end of December 2018. An analysis on categories of collective placement bodies shows that at the end of QIII 2019 the total shares of the open investments funds (FDI) increased by approximately 11% against the end of December 2018.

The companies of financial investments register an increase of the total shares by approximately 18% and Fondul Proprietatea had a growth of the total shares of approximately 5% against the end of 2018.

From the perspective of the placements structure, FDI are mostly directed towards the instruments with fixed income ( bonds and state bonds) while the closed investment funds (FII), SIF and FP have a dominating trend towards share placement.