Moscow. December 28. The share market of the Russian Federation was opened on Monday by the mixed dynamics of prices of blue chips amid sagging oil, stabilization of the ruble and the bipolar dynamics of the Asian stock markets, the MICEX and RTS per minute bidding has added 0,04-0,3%.
By 10:01 Moscow time, the MICEX index amounted to 1734,86 points (+0,04%), RTS index – 775,54 points (+0,3%), ruble prices of most blue chips on the Moscow exchange changed within 1%. The dollar at the start of the session remained at Friday’s closing level – 70,69 ruble.
Increased ruble share price “Gazprom” (+0,1%), LUKOIL (+0,1%), Magnit (+0,03%), “Mobile TeleSystems” (+0,1%), NOVATEK (+0,1%), “Rosneft” (+0,1%), Sberbank (+0,01%), “Surgutneftegaz” (+0,1%), “FGC UES” (-0,2%).
Sank shares of VTB (-0.1 per cent), “NorNickel” (-0,4%), “Rostelecom” (-0,3%), Tatneft (-0,2%), “prefs” of “Surgutneftegaz” (-0,1%).
On Monday in Asia report the mixed dynamics of indices (growth, Japan fell China), minus U.S. stock futures (contract on the S&P 500 dipped 0.1%) and oil.
The stock market in Japan has grown, despite the worse than expected statistics on industrial production and retail sales. According to preliminary data, the volume of industrial production in Japan in November fell by 1% compared with October, while experts surveyed by Bloomberg expected a decline of 0.5%. Meanwhile, retail sales in the country last month fell by 1% in monthly and by 2.5% in annual terms. Analysts were expecting a decrease in the first indicator of 0.1%, second – by 1.4%.
Oil sags on the statements of Iran’s intention to raise production, reports Bloomberg. Iran to restore oil supplies to the level observed before the introduction of economic sanctions against the country, is a priority, said the Minister of oil of Iran Bijan Zanganeh. Meanwhile, the head of oil Corporation, Iran’s National Iranian Oil Rokneddin Javadi again confirmed that the country intends to increase oil exports by 500 thousand barrels a day during the week after the lifting of sanctions.
Futures for Brent oil for February is worth $37,72 per barrel (-0.4 per cent), the price of WTI is $37,7 per barrel (-1,1%).