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Most Wanted Companies
Vast Resources Acquires Manaila Polymetallic Mine In Suceava For $2.5M
UK-based mining company Vast Resources, with operations in Romania and Zimbabwe, announced on Friday the acquisition of the remaining 49.9% of Sinarom Mining Group SRL through which it owns its interest in the Manaila Polymetallic Mine in Romanian county of Suceava.
Transelectrica Proposes Dividends At 6% Or 7% Yield From 2016 Profit
Romanian state-run power grid operator Transelectrica (TEL.RO) proposes the payment of gross dividends of RON1.881/share, at a 6% yield, or RON2.257/share, at a 6.6% yield, from last year’s profit.
Turbomecanica Proposes Dividends At 7% Yield From 2016 Profit
Romanian turbojet parts maker Turbomecanica Bucuresti (TBM.RO) proposes the payment of gross dividends of RON0.0105/share from last year’s profit, totaling RON3.87 million, at a 7% yield, the company said in a statement to Bucharest Stock Exchange.
Teraplast Proposes Gross Dividend Of RON0.016/Share, Capital Increase By RON29M
Romanian plastic systems maker Teraplast Bistrita (TRP.RO) has proposed its shareholders a gross dividend of RON0.0169 per share, which translates into a yield of nearly 3.3%, and increasing the company’s share capital by RON29 million, by incorporating the reserves of the 2016 profit.
CFA Romania: Financial Analysts’ Confidence In Romania’s Economy Rose Slightly In February
Financial analysts’ confidence in Romania’s economy for the next year rose slightly in February 2017, being generated mainly by the correction of the current conditions index, the Chartered Financial Analysts Association – Romania (CFA Romania) said in a statement on Friday.
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