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Prev Close9.55
Bid0.00 x 130100
Ask0.00 x 267700
52wk Range7.08 - 12.35
Day's Range9.50 - 9.61
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  • Reuters9 days ago

    Sanctions hinder Russian efforts to build power plant - sources

    A state tender for a company to build and operate a power plant in southern Russia attracted no bids partly because firms feared falling foul of EU sanctions should any electricity be diverted to nearby Crimea, industry sources said. The planned plant is primarily designed to supply power to the Krasnodar region of southern Russia, but according to an energy ministry document published last year it could also divert some of its electricity to Crimea, the Ukrainian region that Russian annexed in 2014. Some of the potential bidders felt it might put them at risk of being caught up in the sanctions imposed on Russia over the annexation, which prohibit individuals or entities under EU jurisdiction from investing in infrastructure projects in Crimea in the transport, telecoms and energy sectors.

  • Forbes22 days ago

    2 High Yield Utility Stocks to Buy and 2 to Sell Now

    Utilities are on fire. As boring as they may be, stocks in this sector have been climbing higher and higher in 2016, thanks to one major trend: investors are desperate for yield, but they don’t want risk. With many high yielding assets coming with high risk, investors are looking for safety,