The shares fell at the opening on Friday after the world


Moscow. November 13. The shares opened on Friday by the reduction of prices of blue chips following the world platforms and oil on fears of growth rates of the Federal reserve system (FRS) the USA and continued weak demand for raw materials; indexes MICEX and RTS per minute bidding slipped 0.1 to 1.3%.

By 10:01 Moscow time, the MICEX index amounted to 1737,58 points (-0.1%), RTS index – 821,31 point (-1,3%), ruble prices of most blue chips on the Moscow exchange on the background of weakening of the ruble has changed within 1.3%.

This morning the dollar is trading at the level of closing of Thursday – 66,63 rubles, when in the evening the dollar has risen in price almost ruble.

The ruble decreased the rate of VTB shares (-0,3%), LUKOIL (-0.3% Mom), “Mobile TeleSystems” (-1,3%), Norilsk Nickel (-0.1%) and “the pole Gold” (of -0.6%), Rosneft (-0.1%) and Rostelecom (-0.1%) and Sberbank (-0,7%).

Increased shares of “Gazprom” (+0,1%), Magnit (+0,1%), NOVATEK (+0,2%), “Surgutneftegaz” (+0,04%), “Tatneft” (+0,3%).

Indexes in the U.S. fell by 1.4%, on Friday sags Asia, plus weak U.S. stock futures (contract on the S&P 500 increased by 0.05%) and adjusted up the oil after the pullback on Thursday.

A dominant influence on markets have mixed signals concerning the monetary policy of global Central banks: the fed prepares to lift interest rates and the European Central Bank is considering increasing stimulus. Meanwhile, a series of downbeat data on China’s economy published this week has increased fears of further decline in demand for raw materials in this country, resulting in the rollback of prices of oil and metals.

Negative for Chinese steel market data on the reduction of volumes of crediting in China published on Thursday after closing of the trades. The total amount of funding (including Bank loans, off balance sheet loans and placement of stocks and bonds) in China in October 2015 dropped to its lowest level in 15 months 476,7 billion yuan ($75 billion) compared with 1,303 trillion yuan a month earlier, according to data the people’s Bank of China.

In his speech in the European Parliament, ECB President Mario Draghi said there are “obvious” downside risks to the Eurozone economy and easing inflation dynamics. These words have raised expectations that the ECB will increase monetary stimulus in December, however, and raised concerns for the overall state of the European economy.

Meanwhile, the head of the Federal reserve Bank (FRB) of St. Louis, James Ballard, one of the most active supporters of tighter monetary policy in the US, said that emergency stimulus measures, including a zero rate on Federal loan funds (federal funds rate) are no longer needed by the economy, which had almost recovered to the normal state. According to him, the unemployment rate in the U.S. (5% in October) corresponds to the long-term target, while inflation, excluding fuel prices, nearing the targeted level of 2%.

Copper prices declined on Thursday to the lowest level since 2009. Copper, which is a barometer of economic conditions, fell for a fifth consecutive week, according to data by Bloomberg.

Oil prices have dropped since the beginning of the week is 6%, decreasing to August marks. Futures for Brent crude on the January costs $45,33 per barrel (+0.3 percent), the price of WTI is $42,96 per barrel (-0.2 percent).