Open Joint Stock Company Rosneft Oil Company (ROSN.ME)


MCX - MCX Delayed Price. Currency in RUB
349.65-6.40 (-1.80%)
As of 10:31 AM EDT. Market open.
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Open355.55
Prev Close356.05
Bid349.50 x 610000
Ask349.65 x 268000
Day's Range348.60 - 355.60
52wk Range228.30 - 370.80
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap3.71T
P/E Ratio (ttm)9.43
BetaN/A
Volume1,750,260
Avg Vol (3m)2,942,795
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuters37 minutes ago

    Exclusive: Russian oil majors raise output of hard-to-recover crude

    Russian oil majors Rosneft and Gazprom Neft are raising the share of production from hard-to-recover reserves, to counter declining conventional output, showing the complexities facing producer nations seeking to tackle a global oversupply of crude. Top Russian producer Rosneft (ROSN.MM) expects the share of hard-to-recover oil production to rise to 11 percent of its total crude output by 2020, from 7 percent this year, it told Reuters by email in response to queries about its output plans. Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of state gas producer Gazprom (GAZP.MM), is raising its share of output of hard-to-recover oil by tapping more reserves at the Messoyakha project and other assets, First Deputy Chief Executive Vadim Yakovlev told the Reuters Russia Investment Summit.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    No sign of oil freeze at home as Russia meets OPEC

    As Russian energy minister Alexander Novak flies to Algeria this week for talks with OPEC on output cuts, developments at home indicate non-OPEC Russia is not preparing for any coordinated production action. Five leading Russian oil companies, responsible for three quarters of output in the world's largest producer, all say they will be boosting output next year after reaching record levels in recent months. No doubt, all these companies would obey if President Vladimir Putin ordered them to curtail production.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    How Russia's central bank chief held the line

    One Thursday evening in March, Elvira Nabiullina, governor of Russia's central bank, faced down a rival in the struggle for influence inside President Vladimir Putin's entourage. At a meeting chaired by Putin, Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev sought the president's blessing for the central bank to give 140 billion roubles ($2.2 billion) to lenders, according to a person who was briefed on the meeting by Nabiullina. Banks would use the extra money, Ulyukayev argued as he sat before Nabiullina in a Kremlin conference room, to lend to companies suffering amid Russia's economic downturn.