August 14, 2014 19:39
Capitalization of Russian stock market increases 0.70% on Thursday
MOSCOW. August 14 (Interfax) - The capitalization of the Russian stock market, based on average-weighted prices on the Moscow Exchange's Main Market, increases 0.70%, or by 163.929 billion from the previous session, to 23.565 trillion rubles ($650.581 billion at the Central Bank's official exchange rate) on Thursday.
The leaders in market value were Gazprom, with 3.110 trillion rubles, Rosneft, with 2.399 trillion rubles, LUKOIL, with 1.690 trillion rubles.
Capitalization has decreased 6.16% from 25.112 trillion rubles on December 30, 2013.
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