Moscow. November 10. The shares opened on Tuesday by a moderate reduction of prices of blue chips following the world stock exchanges, the MICEX and RTS per minute bidding dipped by 0.4 to 0.5%.
By 10:01 Moscow time, the MICEX index amounted to 1744,49 paragraph (-0,4%), RTS index – 851,38 paragraph (-0,5%), ruble prices of most blue chips on the Moscow exchange fell in the range of 1%.
The dollar is worth 64,58 ruble (-1 kopek).
Shares fell VTB (-0,7%), Gazprom (-0,3%), LUKOIL (-0.4 per cent), “Magnet” (-0,5%), “Mobile TeleSystems” (of -0.6%), NOVATEK (-0,5 per cent), “NorNickel” (by -0.3%), Rosneft (-0,7%), Sberbank (-0,2%), “Surgutneftegaz” (-0,7%), Tatneft (-0.4 per cent).
The Board of Directors of Norilsk Nickel yesterday recommended shareholders to approve dividends for 9 months of 2015 in the amount of 321,95 per share, the shareholders register will close on December 30. For the first half of MMC paid dividends in the amount of 305,07 per share.
Sank shares of the Bank “URALSIB” (-1,1%, to 0.157 ruble), continuing the downward correction after the rally at the end of last week. Last week on Thursday-Friday of the action “URALSIB” increased almost 5 times after the Board of Directors of the Bank of Russia on Tuesday took a decision on reorganization of the Bank “URALSIB”. Investor of the Bank was made by St. Petersburg businessman Vladimir Kogan, who purchased 82% of “URALSIB” Nikolay Tsvetkov.
Indexes in the U.S. fell 1% on Tuesday in Asia stabilize, plus U.S. stock futures (contract on the S&P 500 rose 0.2%) and oil.
On the eve of the market dynamics deteriorated due to Chinese data and forecasts of the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD). China’s exports fell in October for the fourth month in a row, the import decline continued for the 12th consecutive month. The volume of exports in yuan fell last month by 3.6% compared with October 2014, according to data from the General administration of customs of the PRC. Imports in RMB decreased by 16%. Experts surveyed by Bloomberg, the average expected decline in exports in October by 3.1%, imports – by 11.7%.
In addition, according to OECD forecasts, in 2015, global GDP growth will amount to 2.9%, which is significant less than the long term average, and will accelerate to 3.3% in 2016. The September interim forecasts OECD expected rise respectively by 3% and 3.6%.
The oil imports on Monday, rising after falling for the four previous consecutive sessions on the statements of oil Minister of the UAE and expectations of data on commodity stocks of fuel in the United States. Futures for Brent crude on the December costs $47,26 per barrel (+0.1% and -0.5% in Monday), the price of WTI is $44,08 per barrel (+0,5%).