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Public Joint Stock Company Transneft (TRNFP.ME)

MCX - MCX Real Time Price. Currency in RUB
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144,550.00+1,100.00 (+0.77%)
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Previous Close143,450.00
Open143,550.00
Bid0.00 x 200
Ask144,450.00 x 100
Day's Range142,700.00 - 144,650.00
52 Week Range125,350.00 - 183,200.00
Volume1,624
Avg. Volume2,247
Market Cap1.048T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.14
PE Ratio (TTM)5.84
EPS (TTM)24,745.41
Earnings DateOct 20, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield11,612.20 (8.03%)
Ex-Dividend DateOct 19, 2020
1y Target Est183,214.00
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  • Reuters

    Russia to extend Transneft chief's contract despite oil contamination crisis

    The Russian government will extend Transneft boss Nikolai Tokarev's contract for five years despite the contaminated oil crisis at the pipeline monopoly a year ago. A spokeswoman for Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov on Monday said that his office has approved the contract extension for Tokarev, who turns 70 in December and is a close ally of President Vladimir Putin. The order is subject to approval by Transneft's state-controlled shareholders.

  • Reuters

    CPC shareholders in standoff after Transneft blocks new board - sources

    The CPC pipeline, essential to ship 1.4 million of light Caspian barrels per day (bpd) to the Mediterranean markets, is facing a shareholder standoff after its board was dissolved, potentially hitting further expansion plans, three sources said. The Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC), the largest privately-operated route connecting oil fields in Kazakhstan and Russia with the Black Sea, is co-owned by a number of shareholders with a history of failing to reach agreement. Disagreements between Russia's oil pipeline monopoly Transneft, Kazakhstan and other shareholders have capped expansion plans in the past.