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If an investor had placed an amount evenly distributed in 12 of the most liquid and longest enduring shares in the 1st tier of the Bucharest Stock Exchange between 1999 and 2002, the value of shares in the portfolio would have increased more than 38 times by the end of last year and 31 times in real terms, according to a ZF analysis based on data supplied by Intercapital Invest. read more...


Several brokerage firms have earmarked thousands of euros to be placed first in the results returned when investors look up Fondul Proprietatea on Google. The stake is the trading fees brokers would stand to collect if users decided to work with them to buy and sell shares in the fund. read more...


Thousand of people own Fondul Proprietatea shares jointly, being registered at the Central Depository in "joint accounts" which they share with several inheritors of the same former owner. They cannot trade their shares on the Stock Exchange before going to the notary public. read more...


The Romanian state’s ownership in Proprietatea Fund (PF) might go down by nearly 6 pct until the end of 2011 from the current 39 pct to 33 pct, Greg Konieczny, Templeton Emerging Markets Group deputy executive chairman and Proprietatea Fund (PF) portfolio manager told a press conference on Monday. read more...


The US investment funds managed by Artio Global Investors (the former US investment arm of Swiss bank Julius Baer), which still own the largest portfolio on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, valued at around 130m dollars (100m euros), have started selling stock in OMV Petrom (SNP), the biggest listed Romanian company, according to market sources. read more...


Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Asset Management and one of the most influential people of the financial markets, asks for reassurance that the foreign investors who will invest in Fondul Proprietatea (Property Fund) will be treated "fairly and with respect" by the Romanian Government, stating his willingness to go to the International Monetary Fund and to the European Union to make sure this is the case. read more...


Romanians who were compensated for their communism-seized property in Fondul Proprietatea stock will not be taxed on the profit achieved in selling the shares on the stock market, according to Dana Mirela Ionescu, head of brokerage firm Raiffeisen Capital&Investment. read more...


In the past three years, over 52% of Fondul Poprietatea (FP) shares changed hands, according to data published by the Central Despository, with the value of transactions amounting to over 600 million euros, considering the prices thrown around the market. read more...


Romania’s Government might sell further shares in natural gas producer Romgaz after the company’s floating on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, but it will keep the majority stake, according to an official document obtained by Mediafax. read more...


A third of the mutual funds in business for more than three years brought profit to investors during the 2007-2010 period, with the strongest performance, of 43%, being registered by the ones investing in bonds and banking deposits. The rest of over 20 funds are in the red. read more...




The listing of Fondul Proprietatea (FP) is a huge stake for domestic brokers, as current estimates point to at least doubling transactions on the Bourse once FP shares start trading. read more...


Fondul Proprietatea (Property Fund - FP) rush has taken over Romania this winter and the tens of millions of euros expected to enter Romania after its floatation on the Bucharest Stock Exchange are making many shareholders already dream of becoming millionaires. read more...


Over 100 investors, company managers and traders yesterday attended the seminar on international capital markets in 2011 organised by Ziarul Financiar in partnership with international investment bank Saxo Bank, thus confirming Romanians' high interest in foreign currency investments and foreign shares. read more...


OMV Petrom (SNP), the biggest Romanian company on the Stock Exchange, has not yet finalised the procedure for the exit of shareholders who in August voted against the company's break-up. read more...


The move of the issuers from the Rasdaq to the regulated market of the Bucharest Stock Exchange or to the Alternative Trading System (ATS), which is proposed by the CNVM (in a draft of the Romanian National Securities Commission, is affecting the rights and the confidence of investors and could lead to the demotion of over 95% of the issuers listed on the Rasdaq, a press release sent yesterday by the Association of Capital Market Investors (AIPC) states. read more...


Mining companies all over the world expect the current high gold prices to persist throughout 2011, according to the PwC Global Gold Price Survey. read more...


In 2010, companies raised record high sums through the Stock Exchange, of above 550m RON (130m euros), even more than in the market's boom years of 2007 and 2008, but this time the sums shareholders pumped into companies were no longer aimed at development projects, but were meant to keep businesses afloat. read more...


The Ministry of Economy plans to sell 15% of Transelectrica in June, 15% of Transgaz in September, while the initial public offering (IPO) for 15% in Romgaz could occur in December. read more...


The listing of 15% stakes in Romanian state-owned companies Transelectrica (TEL.RO), Transgaz (TGN.RO) and Romgaz, is set for the second half of this year, according to an economy ministry document obtained by Mediafax. read more...


Over 5% of the capital of Fondul Proprietatea (Property Fund) has changed hands in December, the last month ahead of the Stock Exchange flotation, when the state surrendered around 2.6% of its own stake to former owners, while private shareholders traded another 2.6% of the capital, taking advantage of the last few days of grey market. read more...



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