|Bid||0.00 x 100000|
|Ask||0.00 x 20000|
|Day's Range||658.00 - 668.00|
|52 Week Range||590.20 - 800.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||60.51|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Russia's Yamal gas project is so far inside the Arctic Circle that purpose-built ships have been built to plough through 2m-thick ice to reach it, and construction has taken place during days that can ...
For an industry that is supposed to be struggling to find cash and partners due to crippling western sanctions, Russia's energy sector is showing few signs of feeling abandoned. Six years after Rosneft ...
Shares of sensor maker Synaptics (SYNA) are down $1.25, or 3.3%, at $37.24, in early trading, after Mizuho’s Vijay Rakesh says the company’s plans to integrate more and more sensors together face hurdles as more competitors come out from every corner. You’ll recall that a big catalyst for the company this year was expected to be the integration by the company of its display driver and its touch sensor, the so-called “TDDI,” as discussed by CEO Rick Bergman in this space earlier this year. Next was to be putting the fingerprint sensor in the same space as the TDDI, integrating all three together, something that the Street commonly refers to as the “trifecta.” The trifecta was one of many positive factors for the stock mentioned by Paul Wick, manager of the $5 billion Columbia Seligman Communications & Information fund (SLMCX), in this column.
Russia is looking to expand its global LNG market share by offering up to 49% of a new production unit to foreign investors.
Gazprom has been fending off challenges to its natural gas monopoly for quite some time now, with Novatek being the latest company to be rebuffed
Russia can and will become the world's largest liquefied natural gas producer, President Vladimir Putin told the chief executives of Novatek and Total via video link on Thursday. Russia's Novatek and France's ...
Vladimir Putin wanted to remake Josef Stalin’s quest for a greater foothold in the Arctic into a global shipping bonanza that could compete with the Suez.
Gazprom PJSC, the world’s biggest natural gas producer, is considering asset sales, freezing dividends and increasing its borrowing as export earnings wane, according to its three-year budget.
Tycoon Gennady Timchenko attends a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin in Moscow on May 25, 2016. Russia’s richest men, some of whom have close ties to President Vladimir Putin, have gained $29 billion since the election of Donald Trump, thanks to the rising value of Russian stocks and currency. Among the biggest beneficiaries: Gennady Timchenko, who was a primary target of 2014 U.S. government sanctions aimed at Putin’s inner circle.
The United States on Tuesday targeted more Russian businessmen and companies over Russia's annexation of Crimea and the conflict in Ukraine, slapping them with U.S. sanctions in a move Moscow criticized as hostile. The measures come a month before U.S. President Barack Obama hands over power to President-elect Donald Trump, who has praised Russian President Vladimir Putin and said it would be good if the two countries could get along. Trump's nominee for U.S. Secretary of State, Exxon Mobil Corp Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson, has opposed U.S. sanctions on Russia, which awarded him a friendship medal in 2013.
Russian gas producer Novatek is negotiating borrowing more than 1 billion euros ($1.06 billion) for its Yamal project from European and Japanese lenders, Novatek's chief executive said in an interview with The Nikkei. Leonid Mikhelson, the head of Russia's second-largest gas producer, said the Yamal liquefied natural gas project was in talks over loans with Japan Bank for International Cooperation and European financial institutions.