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In June, Moscow Exchange’s Indices reflected the negative trend on the Russian stock market.
The MICEX Index was down 1.10% to 1,879.50 (from 1,900.38 on 31 May), while the dollar-denominated RTS Index fell 4.97% to 1,000.96 (from 1,053.30).
The dollar appreciated 4.55% against the rouble.
Volatility decreased, with the Russian Volatility Index falling 13.04% to 22.55 (from 25.93).
The most of the key sectors made losses. The largest downturn was in Financials, the sector index of which fell 2.07%. Telecommunication and Chemicals climbed down a respective 1.94% and 1.42%. The largest rose in Industrials is 4.68%.
The Second Tier Index appreciated 1.56% to 6,530.82 (from 6,430.47). The Broad Market Index fell 1.05% to 1,343.48 (from 1,357.80).
The Blue Chip Index fell in June.
It was down 1.02% MoM to 12,146.89 (from 12,272.49), and down 1.73% YoY (from 12,360.15).
Of the seventeen securities, included in the new and the reviewed Blue Chip Index list, nine pulling the Blue Chip Index down at the end of the month (falling a total 2.36%), while eight made gains (totaling 1,34%).
The largest negative impact was from price losses by ords of Sberbank (down 1.24%), “Surgutneftegas” OJSC (off 0.54%) and PJSC “GAZPROM” (down 0.24%).
The largest positive impact on the index was from price gains by ords of PJSC “LUKOIL” (up 0.65%) and Rosneft (up 0.34%).
The oil & gas sector accounted for 55.02% of the Blue Chip Index’s total capitalization. The other large weight sectors were financials (22.21%) and metals and mining (10.46%).
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