The shares fell at the opening on Monday

Moscow. December 21. The share market of the Russian Federation was opened on Monday by the mixed dynamics of prices of blue chips on the background of negative dynamics of world platforms and falling oil prices, the MICEX and RTS per minute bidding lost 0.2-0.6%, while support for the rouble indicator has a weaker ruble.

By 10:01 Moscow time, the MICEX index amounted to 1723,47 paragraph (-0,2%), RTS index – 761,35 points (-0,6%), ruble prices of most blue chips on “the Moscow stock exchange” (MOEX: MOEX) grew within 1%. The dollar at the start of the session is 71.34 ruble (+0.39 ruble).

Decreased ruble share price “Gazprom oil” (of -0.6%), “Mobile TeleSystems” (-0,4%), NOVATEK (-0.1%) and “Rostelecom” (-0,8%), “FGC UES” (-0,2%).

Increased shares of “Gazprom” (+0,4%), LUKOIL (+0,4%), “Norilsk Nickel” (+0,5%), Sberbank (+0,4%), “Surgutneftegaz” (+0,3%), “Tatneft” (+0,5%).

Indexes in the USA on Friday have fallen on average by 2%, on Monday negative dynamics prevails in Asia (except growing up in Hong Kong and China), plus U.S. stock futures (contract on the S&P 500 index rose 0.4 per cent), but continues to cheaper oil.

Speaking on Friday, the heads of the fed, including Chairman of the Federal reserve Bank (FRB) of Richmond Jeffrey Lacera, did not rule out the possibility of another interest rate hike in January.

The Chinese market rises on Monday after the shares of consumer sector companies. In addition, according to the newspaper Economic Information Daily, the Chinese authorities plan to attract new investors in the energy sector of the country as part of a pilot reform that will commence next year.

Brent oil price fell to a record after 11 years in anticipation of rising fuel supplies to the world market, which is already experiencing a significant oversupply. Futures for Brent oil for February is $36,39 per barrel (of -1.3% and -0.5% on Friday), the price of WTI is $35,72 per barrel (-0,9%).

In the course of trading on Monday the price of Brent crude fell to $36,17 per barrel, the lowest level since July 13, 2004.