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Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom (GAZP.ME)


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123.27+0.75 (+0.61%)
As of 2:33PM MSK. Market open.
Interactive chart
Previous Close122.52
Open122.60
Bid123.27 x 210000
Ask123.31 x 1459000
Day's Range122.56 - 123.71
52 Week Range120.55 - 160.62
Volume15,627,620
Avg. Volume33,613,234
Market Cap2.72T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)10.25
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters19 days ago

    (OFFICIAL)-VW in talks with E.ON, Gazprom on gas-powered cars -Mueller on ORF

    Volkswagen is in talks with E.ON and Gazprom to back its efforts to promote cars running on natural gas, Chief Executive Matthias Mueller told Austria's ORF radio. Europe's biggest carmaker is working on a shift towards electric cars and fuel-saving technologies as it looks to lower its fleet-wide carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and to overcome its diesel emissions scandal. Separately, Mueller reiterated his opposition to offering payments to European customers affected by VW's emissions cheating.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Poland to receive its first U.S. LNG supplies in June

    Poland will receive its first liquefied natural gas supplies (LNG) from the United States in mid-June as a result of a deal Polish gas firm PGNiG signed with Cheniere Energy, state-run PGNiG said on Thursday. Cheniere Energy will make the spot delivery at the Swinoujscie terminal on the Baltic Sea. Poland, which consumes around 15-16 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas annually, built its first LNG terminal in Swinoujscie as part of a bigger plan to reduce reliance on gas it imports from Russia's Gazprom.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Gazprom's Western partners agree financing for $10.3 bln Nord Stream 2 pipeline

    Western partners of gas giant Gazprom agreed on Monday to provide half the financing for the 9.5-billion euro ($10.32 billion) Nord Stream 2 pipeline, removing a big hurdle for a Russian plan to pump more gas to Europe. The commercial endorsement of the project by Western firms offers Russian state-owned Gazprom, which already supplies around a third of the EU's gas, fodder to counter critics of a project that has divided opinion in Europe.