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
Convening notice for the Extraordinary and Ordinary General Shareholders’ Meetings of Fondul Proprietatea SA to be held on 27 April 2015
Update on all litigations between a litigant and Fondul Proprietatea SA
Notification regarding the transactions performed during the buy-back program

Mark Mobius' Blog

Monetary Policy Matters

This year we expect the divergence in monetary policy among the world’s central banks to be a key theme and a likely driver of asset flows. For now, the scorecard seems to be tilted toward monetary easing since in the first month of 2015 alone, 14 central banks engaged in some form of monetary policy loosening, generally in the form of interest rate cuts or asset purchases.1 Denmark’s central bank has been particularly aggressive in regard to the former, slashing interest rates four times in a three-week period already this year, while the European Central Bank (ECB) announced plans to step up its quantitative easing (QE) game plan, taking a page from the playbook of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and Bank of Japan. When it comes to QE, “easing” really isn’t an accurate description—in actuality, it is about expanding rather than easing.