MOEX.ME - Public Joint-Stock Company Moscow Exchange MICEX-RTS

MCX - MCX Real Time Price. Currency in RUB
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As of 10:22AM MSK. Market open.
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Previous Close96.65
Bid96.65 x 100000
Ask96.69 x 21000
Day's Range96.27 - 96.70
52 Week Range79.66 - 103.00
Avg. Volume7,237,610
Market Cap219.65B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.88
PE Ratio (TTM)11.15
EPS (TTM)8.67
Earnings DateNov 4, 2019 - Nov 11, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield7.70 (7.95%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-13
1y Target Est125.76
  • Reuters

    Moscow Exchange names new CEO to oversee growth plans

    Denisov was previously the Moscow Exchange's deputy CEO and was a member of its supervisory board. Denisov, who is yet to be formally approved by the central bank, will be in charge of implementing the exchange's new strategy which has yet to be unveiled.

  • Reuters

    Moscow Exchange signs deals with Indian bourses to attract investors

    The Moscow Exchange and two leading Indian bourses signed agreements on Wednesday designed to ease access to the Russian market for Indian capital, amid moves by Russia to attract a wider investor pool. The Moscow Exchange, Russia's leading bourse, signed a memorandum of understanding with BSE, India's No.1 exchange, and The India International Exchange to connect investors and companies in both countries. Alexander Afanasyev, the head of Moscow Exchange, said Indian investors were looking at the Russian market with interest.

  • Reuters

    Sanctions-hit Evrofinance's forex operations to be restricted - Moex

    Russian-Venezuelan lender Evrofinance Mosnarbank, which was placed under U.S. sanctions, will retain access to Moscow Exchange markets, but will have restrictions on its foreign exchange operations, the Moscow Exchange said on Friday. The bank was an active player on the Moscow Exchange's currency market and in February was the 18th biggest player of dollar-rouble swaps.

  • Reuters

    Moscow Exchange sees no volatility spike from restart of state FX buying

    The Russian state's resumption of foreign currency purchases after many months should not increase forex market volatility, the head of the Moscow Exchange said. The central bank will resume daily purchases of foreign currency for the state reserves on the exchange on Jan. 15, a move that has already put pressure on the rouble since it was announced in late November and one that is likely to limit room for the currency to strengthen. Igor Marich, managing director of the Moscow Exchange's money and derivatives market, told Reuters that the market may already have priced in the change.

  • Reuters

    Russia's Saint-Petersburg Exchange sees trading soar in 2018

    Russia's Saint-Petersburg Exchange saw the number of clients and volumes soar this year, helped by its service that allows investors trade in U.S. stock via the bourse. U.S. shares are held by Russia's Settlement Depository Company and can be transferred to any depository worldwide. Buyers of U.S. stocks on the Saint-Petersburg Exchange receive dividends as other stockholders.

  • Moscow Exchange launches dollar vs. yuan, yen vs. rouble trading

    Moscow Exchange launches dollar vs. yuan, yen vs. rouble trading

    The Moscow Exchange (MOEX.MM) has launched five new currency trading options to boost liquidity on its currency market, the bourse said on Monday. The Moscow Exchange said it had started quoting the Japanese yen against the Russian rouble, and was now offering trading between the U.S. dollar and the Swiss franc, the Chinese yuan, Kazakh tenge and Turkish lira. The exchange hopes to develop its infrastructure as part of a Kremlin-backed drive to make Moscow one of the world's leading financial hubs.

  • Reuters

    Moscow Exchange puts off U.S. blue chip plan over sanctions

    The Moscow Exchange said on Friday it had put off plans to offer access to the 50 most liquid U.S. shares due to a political standoff with the West. Russia is bracing itself for more U.S. sanctions that could dent foreign investment in Russian sovereign debt amid another wave of tension between Moscow and Washington. The Moscow Exchange had planned to expand its range of trading tools by offering access to around 50 U.S. companies with the most popular and liquid shares in the third quarter.