The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) closed Wednesday's session lower, and the value of transactions was 58.999 million RON (12.05 million EUR), told Agerpres.
The main BET index depreciated by 0.76%, up to 12,244.99 points, and BET-Plus, which shows the evolution of the most liquid 37 shares on the Stock Exchange, lost 0.73% of its value.
At the same time, the extended blue-chip index BET-XT, of the 25 most liquid titles, ended in the red by 0.72%, while the index of SIFs, BET-FI, fell by 0.02%.
The BET-BK index, the yield benchmark of investment funds, registered a decrease of 0.26%, and the BET-NG, which measures the evolution of the ten energy and utility companies, appreciated by 0.30%.
The BET AeRO index, which includes 20 representative companies on the AeRO market, closed up by 0.19%.
On the Regulated Market, the most traded were OMV Petrom shares, with 19.87 million RON, followed by BRD - Groupe Societe Generale ones, which generated exchanges worth 7.91 million RON, and those of Banca Transilvania - 6.02 million RON.
The best developments were registered by the shares of Napoca Construction Company (+14.74%), Romcarbon (+11%) and Black Sea Tourism, Hotels, Restaurants (+6.77%).
On the other hand, the most important decreases were recorded by the shares of BRD - Groupe Societe Generale (-5.69%), Impact Developer&Contractor (-3.46%) and SSIF BRK Financial Group (-2.78%).