The Russian stock market, which started trading with a slight increase, ended Thursday without any dynamics. The Moscow Exchange index by 18:50 Moscow time decreased by 0.36% and amounted to 2436.57 points. The RTS index by 18:50 Moscow time increased by 2.73% – up to 1245.71 points. European stock indicators fell against the backdrop of a general risk aversion of investors. Asian stock indices declined, with the exception of China’s Shanghai Composite. US stock indicators continue to decline after the collapse the day before. Oil rose in price in the morning, correcting after falling following the results of the previous session. During the day, oil prices resumed their decline amid growing fears of a possible recession in the US due to the rapid tightening of the Fed’s monetary policy, as well as against the backdrop of signals of a possible easing of US sanctions against Venezuela. Before the closing of the stock market of the Russian Federation, prices rose: for Brent they gave $110.7 (+1.4%), for WTI – $110.6 (+0.9%). In the morning, the Russian stock market, after a slight increase at the very beginning of trading, quickly corrected downward. The market was declining against the backdrop of a sharp deterioration in the external stock market and stalled oil growth; the Moscow Exchange index sank to the area of ​​2420 points. During the day, the decline in the stock market was held back by the growth of securities of Gazprom and Sberbank; The Moscow Exchange index sank to 2430 points, while the growth leaders were still “prefs” of Surgutneftegaz. By evening, the Russian stock market was drifting in the red on the Moscow Exchange index, led by receipts from TCS Group, having won back the deterioration in the external stock market; The rollback was held back by the growth of the securities of Gazprom and Sberbank, the leaders of growth were the preferred shares of Surgutneftegaz. Source: FINMARKET.RU

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