|Bid||0.00 x 610000|
|Ask||0.00 x 268000|
|Day's Range||320.55 - 325.35|
|52 Week Range||286.00 - 359.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.68|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||6.75|
Russian business conglomerate Sistema is not considering selling any of its assets, the RIA news agency quoted Vladimir Yevtushenkov, Sistema's main owner and chairman, as saying on Thursday. One of Sistema's ...
Investment company Pharmstandard International S.A. buys Allena Pharmaceuticals Inc during the 3-months ended 2017-12-31, according to the most recent filings of the investment company, Pharmstandard International ...
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian state-owned oil major Rosneft (ROSN.MM) plans to invest at least 600 million euros (528.98 million pounds) in Germany over the next five years, the company quoted Chief Executive ...
Russian conglomerate Sistema, which has to make a big payment to energy giant Rosneft (ROSN.MM) to settle a business dispute, is in talks with one of the country's sovereign wealth funds about transferring two of its companies, sources said on Friday. The negotiations concern the possibility of the state-owned Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) taking over control of two retail and power businesses from Sistema, a banking source and a source close to the conglomerate told Reuters.
The Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) said on Wednesday it is investigating the forthcoming sale of natural gas assets by Russian diamond producer Alrosa (ALRS.MM) after a complaint from would-be buyer, energy giant Rosneft (ROSN.MM). Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft, run by a close ally of President Vladimir Putin, has said it was not satisfied with some terms of the sale and the reliability of the stated resources of the auctioned gas deposits. It said it would consider the complaint from Rosneft on Jan. 15, looking into the size of the downpayment of 21 billion roubles and the deadline for payments set for Jan 10.
Rosneft (ROSN.MM) has decided against bidding for gas assets being sold by diamond miner Alrosa (ALRS.MM), at least for now, the Russian energy company said on Wednesday, saying the auction terms were unacceptable. The world's largest producer of rough diamonds plans to sell its gas assets in Russia's Yamalo-Nenets region in an auction on Feb. 19 and has set a starting price of 30 billion roubles (388.22 million pounds). Rosneft and its subsidiary Bashneft (BANE.MM) had applied to the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) for clearance to take part in the auction.
Russia's top oil producer Rosneft (ROSN.MM) said it had asked the country's competition watchdog for permission to bid for gas fields put up for sale by diamond miner Alrosa (ALRS.MM), a day after saying it was unlikely to take part in the auction. "Rosneft has filed a request to FAS (the Federal Anti-Monopoly service) for the purchase of Alrosa's gas assets," Rosneft spokesman Mikhail Leontyev said on Friday.
Rosneft said it had asked the country's competition watchdog for permission to bid for gas fields put up for sale by diamond miner Alrosa.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian conglomerate Sistema (AFKS.MM) has transferred 20 billion roubles (£258.54 million) to oil producer Bashneft (BANE.MM) as part of an agreement with Bashneft's owner Rosneft (ROSN.MM), ...
Russia's top non-state gas producer Novatek (NVTK.MM) may bid for gas fields owned by Russian diamond miner Alrosa (ALRS.MM), but oil giant Rosneft (ROSN.MM) may stay away from the auction, citing tight deadlines, the companies signalled on Thursday. Alrosa (ALRS.MM), the world's largest producer of rough diamonds, said this week it would sell its gas assets in the Yamalo-Nenets Region in a Feb. 19 auction with a starting price of 30 billion roubles (£387.5 million). The potential deal is subject to the approval of Russia's Anti-Monopoly Service, and Novatek has already informed the agency of its interest in buying Alrosa's gas fields, Novatek told Reuters.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) will provide a 40 billion rouble (£517.16 million) loan to the Sistema (AFKS.MM) conglomerate to help settle a dispute with oil producer Rosneft ...
A Russian court approved a settlement between the Sistema conglomerate and Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft on Tuesday, ending their dispute over the Bashneft oil company, RIA news agency said. Under the pact announced by the companies on Friday, Sistema agreed to pay Bashneft 100 billion roubles ($1.7 billion) by March 30, 2018. Sistema, which groups the assets of Russian businessman Vladimir Yevtushenkov, was also allowed to access assets frozen during the dispute.
The Kremlin said on Monday it hoped an out-of-court settlement reached between Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft and the Sistema conglomerate would be implemented smoothly. In a phone call with reporters, ...
The Sistema (AFKS.MM) conglomerate will pay 100 billion roubles (1.2 billion pounds) to resolve a dispute with Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft (ROSN.MM) over Bashneft oil company under a settlement announced by both companies on Friday. Shares in Sistema, which groups the assets of Russian businessman Vladimir Yevtushenkov and includes the country's largest mobile operator MTS, were up 17.73 percent in Moscow and 18.2 percent in London after Rosneft said both sides have agreed to drop all legal proceedings. "Sistema will be obliged to pay (Rosneft-controlled) Bashneft 100 billion roubles by 30 March, 2018," it said in a statement, adding that Sistema would make the payment using its own as well as borrowed funds.
The Sistema conglomerate will pay 100 billion roubles ($1.7 billion) to resolve a dispute with Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft over Bashneft oil company under a settlement announced by both companies on Friday. Shares in Sistema, which groups the assets of Russian businessman Vladimir Yevtushenkov and includes the country's largest mobile operator MTS, were up 17.73 percent in Moscow and 18.2 percent in London after Rosneft said both sides have agreed to drop all legal proceedings.
Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft said on Friday it has reached an amicable agreement with Sistema conglomerate, which will pay out 100 billion roubles as part of the deal related to Bashneft oil company. ...
Boxy Russian-built Lada automobiles still rattle around Cuba, growing more decrepit by the year, a reminder of vanished Soviet patronage for the Communist-led island. It is part of a broader move by Moscow to renew commercial, military and political ties just as the U.S. government is retreating from Cuba under Republican President Donald Trump. Russian exports to Cuba jumped 81 percent on the year to $225 million in the January-September period, official Russian data shows.
Russia's biggest private equity firm loses its appeal against Rosneft. It will try again in a higher court, but the odds are now stacked against them.
Russian business conglomerate Sistema (AFKS.MM) said on Monday it would comply with a court ruling ordering it pay 136.3 billion roubles ($2.33 billion) in damages to Rosneft (ROSN.MM) but will lodge an appeal in cassation. "The corporation plans to implement the court's ruling in accordance with the procedure established by law, and will simultaneously dispute the ruling of the appeal court by filing a cassation appeal to the Arbitration Court of the Urals District within the time limit prescribed by law," it said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian regional court has upheld a decision on Monday to award Rosneft with 136.3 billion roubles (£1.72 billion) in its litigations with Sistema (AFKS) conglomerate, Russian news ...
Venezuela has awarded licences to a unit of Russian oil major Rosneft to develop two offshore gas fields, Rosneft said in a statement. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro signed the deal during a visit to Venezuela by Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin, it said. During the visit, Sechin also discussed Rosneft's cooperation with Venezuelan state energy company PDVSA, the statement said.
The work of Russia's biggest oil company, Rosneft, in Iraqi Kurdistan is beneficial for Iraq as well as its autonomous region and the Russian economy, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. ...
Russian business conglomerate Sistema has pulled a sale of shares in Detsky Mir after its stake in the toy retailer was frozen by a court at the request of oil giant Rosneft. The offer of a 6.3 percent stake in Detsky Mir was priced early on Tuesday, with Sistema selling 5 percent and the Russia-China Investment Fund selling a 1.3 percent stake. A few hours later, a Russian regional court froze Sistema's stake in Detsky Mir as part of a broader injunction covering $1.7 billion (£1.2 billion) of its assets.