- Moody's•3 days ago
London, 21 July 2016-- Turkey's failed military coup has credit implications for many of the country's debt issuers and highlights the pre-existing challenges that could dent economic growth, impede structural ...
- Barrons.com•5 days ago
Investors are ignoring positive signs for Russian equities, which are reasonably valued, Jefferies says in a note out today. The Russian equity market, based on forward earnings trades at a 6.9 times earnings, 0.76 times book value and has a return on equity of 11% and a dividend yield of 4.8%, note Jefferies chief global equity Strategist Sean Darby, quantitative Strategist Kenneth Chan and Analyst Irene Zhou. Indeed, the Russian ruble has strengthened by 15% against the dollar this year, one of the best developing-world currency performances behind the 22% boost in the Brazilian real against the dollar in 2016.
|52wk Range||3.93 - 9.38|
|Day's Range||8.88 - 8.94|
|Avg Vol (3m)||179,744|
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