The Russian stock market ended trading in different directions amid deteriorating sentiment on US stock exchanges and anti-Russian sanctions news. The decrease in the Russian stock market on Friday was held back by rising oil. On Friday, positive dynamics of share indices prevailed in Asia (Japanese Nikkei 225 rose by 1.3%, South Korean KOSPI – by 0.4%, China and Hong Kong stock exchanges are closed on the occasion of the Dragon Boat Festival). In the meantime, Europe traded on a downward trend, America started trading in the red zone. In the oil market, prices turned to growth by the evening. The constraining factor for oil prices is the decision of OPEC + to increase oil production quotas in July and August by 648 thousand barrels per day. It was previously planned that the quota for July, August and September would be increased by 432,000 bpd. The Moscow Exchange index decreased by 1.37% and as of 18:50 Moscow time amounted to 2308.03 points. The RTS index rose by 0.29% – up to 1199.55 points. Over the week, the Moscow Exchange index fell by 4.1%, the RTS index rose by 5.8%, Source: FINMARKET.RU

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