Moscow. July 13. INTERFAX.RU – the Russian stock Market opened on Thursday a further increase in prices of blue chips on the background of the rise of world stock markets after the speech of the head of the US Federal reserve, indexes MICEX and RTS per minute bidding edged up 0.1-0.2 percent.
By 10:01 GMT MICEX index amounted to 1957,89 points (+0.2%), RTS index – 1027,08 points (+0,1%); ruble prices of most of the major “chips” on “Moscow stock exchange” has grown by less than 1 percent.
The dollar rose to 60,09 ruble (+0.09 ruble).
The growth in the lead ruble the shares of “Bashneft” (+0,5%), Mechel (+1%), “Rostelecom” (+0,6%), RUSAL (+1,1%), Sberbank (+0,5%).
Fell after the cut-off dividends (including calculations of “T+2”) shares of “Aeroflot” (-5,3% to 213 rubles).
Published in the United States on Wednesday rose by 0.6 and 1.1% (Dow Jones updated the historical maximum) on the background of the speech of the head of the Federal reserve system (fed) Janet Yellen in the House of representatives. John.Yellen noted that the gradual increase of the basic interest rate of the fed would be justified in the next few years, with the key point of uncertainty in the economy is inflation.
In addition, she stated that the fed decided to start reducing the amount of assets on the balance sheet, and that the indicator will return to normal levels around 2022.
Investors in General considered its report rather moderate from the perspective of the future course of monetary policy.
After rising on Thursday, the indices in Asia, due to increased risk appetite in financial markets, and statistics from China. In China in June increased significantly export and import. The value of exports in the yuan in June 2017 surged by 17.3% compared to the same month last year, according to data published on Thursday by the General administration of customs of the PRC. The volume of imports increased by 23.1%. In dollar terms the rise was less significant: exports increased by 11.3%, imports – by 17.2%.
Oil on Thursday has stabilized after rising yesterday for the third session in a row. Traders can evaluate weekly statistical data US Department of energy, reported on the eve of a sharp reduction of oil reserves with increasing production, writes MarketWatch.
The cost of the September futures for Brent crude on Thursday morning amounted to $47,69 per barrel (-0,1% and +0.5% on Wednesday), August the price of WTI – $45,46 per barrel (-0,1% and +1% yesterday).