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Yandex N.V. (YNDX.ME)

MCX - MCX Real Time Price. Currency in RUB
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Previous Close4,745.60
Open4,743.60
Bid0.00 x 1600
Ask4,781.00 x 50000
Day's Range4,680.20 - 4,783.00
52 Week Range2,251.00 - 5,653.20
Volume612,109
Avg. Volume1,713,273
Market Cap1.629T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.42
PE Ratio (TTM)63.32
EPS (TTM)74.36
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Russia's Yandex launches e-grocery delivery in Israel under new Deli brand

    Russian internet giant Yandex on Monday announced further expansion in Israel with the launch of its online grocery delivery, a service that has capitalised on demand in Russia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Russia's e-commerce market has boomed this year as lockdown restrictions have kept shoppers at home, with Yandex.Lavka, a 15-minute grocery delivery service, one of the main beneficiaries. Yango, the international arm of Yandex Go, the firm's taxi aggregator and food tech business, said the service would operate in Israel under a new brand, Deli, and would initially deliver goods within 10-15 minutes from small warehouses around three cities, Tel Aviv, Gamat Ran and Givatayim, before expanding to other areas.

  • COVID-19 crisis: a shot in the arm for Russian e-commerce
    Reuters

    COVID-19 crisis: a shot in the arm for Russian e-commerce

    The coronavirus crisis has helped fuel a surge in online shopping in Russia that has put even the remote icy expanse of Chukotka on the e-commerce map. The windswept region in Russia's far east, where winter temperatures can fall below minus 50 degrees Celsius (-58F), has started to boom for online retailers since the pandemic started keeping consumers at home. With foreign players largely absent, Russian companies are cashing in as online shopping surges.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-COVID-19 crisis: a shot in the arm for Russian e-commerce

    The coronavirus crisis has helped fuel a surge in online shopping in Russia that has put even the remote icy expanse of Chukotka on the e-commerce map. The windswept region in Russia's far east, where winter temperatures can fall below minus 50 degrees Celsius (-58F), has started to boom for online retailers since the pandemic started keeping consumers at home. With foreign players largely absent, Russian companies are cashing in as online shopping surges.