About Fondul Proprietatea

Fondul Proprietatea is a joint stock company operating as a closed–end investment fund without a set lifetime, incorporated in Romania, trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange since January 2011.

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Notification regarding the transactions performed during the buy-back program
Shareholding structure and total number of voting rights as at 24 June 2015
Update on all litigations between a litigant and Fondul Proprietatea SA
New securities registration certificate

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Growth Matters
As we see it, one of the biggest advantages emerging markets have offered investors is a strong growth story: Over the past decade, growth in emerging markets has outpaced growth in developed markets by more than double. Growth in gross domestic product (GDP) looks like it will continue to outperform that of developed markets for at least the next five years, according to estimates by the International Monetary Fund.1 We are often asked why economic growth and stock market performance don’t always directly correlate in a given year, and if that’s the case, does a nation’s GDP growth matter at all when it comes to investing in equities? While it’s true that growth and stock market performance can be divergent at times, there is no question that growth matters since company earnings depend on general economic growth. If you look at the breakdown of growth in emerging versus developed markets, you can see emerging markets have grown faster than developed markets for many years.