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The Romanian state is set to announce today whether it accepts to have the biggest offering in the history of the Bucharest Stock Exchange brokered by the consortium led by Renaissance Capital, half-owned by a Russian billionaire with an empire in gold production. read more...


The biggest local banks have to broker the biggest share sales offering in the history of the Bucharest Stock Exchange from the very start lost the chance, with five consortiums left in the race. read more...


The Bucharest Stock Exchange had a strong start to the year, posting increases of 12.5% of the BET index tracking the top ten listed companies and of 22% of the BET-FI index monitoring the trend of financial investment companies, including FP shares in the first quarter. read more...


The shares of Oltchim Râmnicu-Vâlcea (OLT), the biggest petrochemical facility in Romania, have been heavily traded by Stock Exchange investors, which brought the shares' market value up by around 70% in just the past month and a half alone. read more...


Romania should privatise its energy companies through the Bourse, using the Polish model, as this is the only way it can get necessary investments to modernise and boost the efficiency of the energy sector, stated the US ambassador Mark Gitenstein yesterday. read more...


Investment funds, which hold shares in the five SIFs (Financial Investment Companies) have become increasingly persistent in defending their rights, pressuring management of the SIFs to raise dividends, after waiting for years for stake caps to be raised. read more...


Franklin Templeton US group, the sole manager of Fondul Proprietatea (FP), collected 18.3m lei (4.3m euros) for the first three months of its mandate (September 29-December 29, 2010), shows the fund's annual report. read more...


Steven Jennings, the CEO and main shareholder in Russia's Renaissance Capital investment bank, plans to strongly tap into the Romanian capital market, which he expects to become a regional leader in the following years. read more...


SIFs (financial investment companies) have become interesting for investors again in the last month, when the BET-FI index rose 18%. read more...


A few months before the state is set to sell 9.84% in Petrom on the stock exchange, the company's shares have exceeded 0.4 lei. read more...




Fourteen of the 76 companies listed on the main market of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BSE) have so far announced they would disburse dividends from profits derived last year and at least another three companies are due to make such announcements, with the total value of sums awarded to shareholders going beyond 1bn lei (247m euros), according to ZF calculations. read more...


Alexandru, 33, an accountant with a private company, has managed to amass a fortune of several hundred thousand euros in 14 years from investments on the Bourse. read more...


The bids submitted by six consortiums of banks and brokerage firms have been accepted by representatives of OPSPI (Office of State Ownership and Privatisation in Industry) and by those of the Economy Ministry in the tender to choose the broker for the secondary offering whereby the state wants to sell 9.84% in OMV Petrom on the Stock Exchange. read more...


Transgaz Mediaş (TGN) natural gas transmission company and Transelectrica Bucureşti (TEL) grid company are asking the state to give them the possibility of raising money on the Bourse through public share offerings, in order to carry out their investment plans. read more...


The technical offers filed by six consortiums were accepted Wednesday in the auction for a broker to sell 9.84% in oil company OMV Petrom (SNP.RO), people close to the matter told Mediafax. read more...


Shares across the world fell, the Tokyo Stock Exchange lost 10.6%. The Bank of Japan injected 245 billion dollars into the economy. A new major earthquake hit. Germany closed down 7 reactors. Romania's nuclear strategy is not affected. read more...


Radu Hanga, general manager of BT Asset Management and manager of the biggest equity fund domestically, expects SIF shares to outperform Fondul Proprietatea (FP) ones, driven by the economy rebound. read more...


SIF shares are currently a better option for dividends than FP or BRD shares. BRD-Groupe Societe Generale, the second largest bank domestically, proposes shareholders a gross dividend of almost 0.18 lei/share, the smallest of the past five years, so that for a BRD share bought on Friday for 14.1 lei, an investor would get a gross return of below 1.3%. read more...


The managers of companies who decided in the past few years to get the company listed on the Stock Exchange say the fears of Romanian entrepreneurs related to opening their businesses up to the public and to investors are exaggerated and that Romanians are too secretive, considering that in developed countries most medium-sized and big businesses are listed on the stock exchange. read more...


Stock of Dafora Mediaş drilling company (DAFR), controlled by Gheorghe Călburean, registered the strongest increase from the lows reached in February 2009, multiplying investors' money six times over the past two years. read more...



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