By Edwig Ban
The value of the BET index, the main index of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB), increased by 33.2% this year. The BET index ended the last trading day of the year with 13,061.32 points, close to the all-time high of one day before, he mentions in a message sent on Thursday by BVB on his Facebook page.
“BET, BVB’s main index, ends the year above the psychological threshold of 13,000 points, in the immediate vicinity of the all-time high reached at the end of Wednesday’s meeting of 13,068.03 points. Thus, BET ends 2021 with an increase of 33, 2%, and if we add the dividends distributed by the companies in its composition, the advance is 40%, being reflected by the BET-TR index “, notes the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
On Thursday, BVB closed the last trading session of the year with the majority of declining indices and with transactions amounting to 51.495 million lei (10.4 million euros).
The main BET index depreciated by 0.05% to 13,061.32 points, and BET-Plus, which shows the evolution of the most liquid 37 shares on the stock exchange, registered a similar decline.
At the same time, the extended blue-chip BET-XT index, of the 25 most liquid stocks, appreciated by 0.02%, while the SIF index, BET-FI, closed up by 0.5%.
The BET-BK index, the benchmark return on investment funds, ended the session down 0.16%, and BET-NG, which measures the performance of the ten energy and utility companies, was down 0.13%.
The AeRO BET Index, which includes 20 representative companies in the AeRO market, rose 0.33%.
On the Regulated Market, the most traded were the shares of Nuclearelectrica, with 4.95 million lei, followed by those of Banca Transilvania, which generated exchanges worth 4.64 million lei, and Romgaz shares – 3.95 million of lei.
The best evolutions were registered by the shares of Electroaparataj, which appreciated by 14.29%, followed by those of VES SA (+ 14%) and the titles Casa de Bucovina – Club de Munte (+ 9.5%) .
On the other hand, the most important decreases were recorded by the shares of Romcab (-14.71%), Condmag (-13.64%) and Comelf (-13.46%).
By Edwig Ban