The Russian stock market ended with decrease on 0,9-2,2%
The Russian stock market finished trading in the red after oil index Mosberg fell below 2750 points, and the rollback is constrained by the weakening of the ruble.
Tuesday was dominated by the growth of stock indices in Asia (Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 1.3%, China’s Shanghai Composite added 0.8%, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng is 0.4%). Europe opened in the red zone, has moved to a multidirectional dynamics, plus left America.
Oil market prices declined, however, crude oil prices partly pared losses on the data about growth of consumer confidence in the United States up to the maximum for the last three months of 98.1 points. Pressure on the market have a lingering concern that easing restrictions could lead to a second wave of coronavirus, which again will limit the demand for oil.
Index Mosberg decreased on 0,89% – to 2743,20 points.
The RTS index fell by 2.19% and amounted to 1212,63 points.
The largest decline among the “blue chips” the shares of Irkutskenergo (MCX:IRGZ), Tatneft (MCX:TATN), Norilsk Nickel, Gazprom (MCX:GAZP)