Mosbirzhi Index has updated the record – Rambler / finance



On January 11, the Mosbirzh index reached a record high of 3505.26 points, the Prime agency reports. It is noteworthy that from Monday morning, a downtrend was first outlined.

Within a few hours on January 11, the trend reversed. As a result, a historic event was recorded: for the first time in its history, the Moscow Exchange’s ruble index crossed the 3500 point mark. Then there was a slight pullback. The index is currently close to the aforementioned record high. Analysts recorded an increase of 1.3%. The dollar-denominated RTS index also grew: overall by 1% to 1481 points.

The previous record was set on January 9th. Then the historical maximum of the Moscow Exchange ruble index was 3474 points.

Experts, as Rambler reported, commenting on the situation, stated that in this way the Russian stock market “is winning back the growth of Western sites.” The most popular opinion is that the Mosbirzhi index crawled up due to the OPEC + trail. Earlier, the oil exporting countries came to an agreement that Russia will increase energy production by 65 thousand barrels per day in February. At the same time, Saudi Arabia and a number of countries belonging to the organization will reduce oil production.

The deal also had a positive impact on world prices for “black gold”. So, on January 6, the price of Brent crude oil for the first time since February 26, 2020 exceeded the mark of $ 54 per barrel. As of January 11, Brent costs $ 55.44 per barrel, WTI – $ 51.9.

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On January 11, the Mosbirzh index reached a record high of 3505.26 points, the Prime agency reports. It is noteworthy that from Monday morning, a downtrend was first outlined.

Within a few hours on January 11, the trend reversed. As a result, a historic event was recorded: for the first time in its history, the Moscow Exchange’s ruble index crossed the 3500 point mark. Then there was a slight pullback. The index is currently close to the aforementioned record high. Analysts recorded an increase of 1.3%. The dollar-denominated RTS index also grew: overall by 1% to 1481 points.

The previous record was set on January 9th. Then the historical maximum of the Moscow Exchange ruble index was 3474 points.

Experts, as Rambler reported, commenting on the situation, stated that in this way the Russian stock market “is winning back the growth of Western sites.” The most popular opinion is that the Mosbirzhi index crawled up due to the OPEC + trail. Earlier, the oil exporting countries came to an agreement that Russia will increase energy production by 65 thousand barrels per day in February. At the same time, Saudi Arabia and a number of countries belonging to the organization will reduce oil production.

The deal also had a positive impact on world prices for “black gold”. So, on January 6, the price of Brent crude oil for the first time since February 26, 2020 exceeded the mark of $ 54 per barrel. As of January 11, Brent costs $ 55.44 per barrel, WTI – $ 51.9.

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On January 11, the Mosbirzh index reached a record high of 3505.26 points, the Prime agency reports. It is noteworthy that from Monday morning, a downtrend was first outlined.

Within a few hours on January 11, the trend reversed. As a result, a historic event was recorded: for the first time in its history, the Moscow Exchange’s ruble index crossed the 3500 point mark. Then there was a slight pullback. The index is currently close to the aforementioned record high. Analysts recorded an increase of 1.3%. The dollar-denominated RTS index also grew: overall by 1% to 1481 points.

The previous record was set on January 9th. Then the historical maximum of the Moscow Exchange ruble index was 3474 points.

Experts, as Rambler reported, commenting on the situation, stated that in this way the Russian stock market “is winning back the growth of Western sites.” The most popular opinion is that the Mosbirzhi index crawled up due to the OPEC + trail. Earlier, the oil exporting countries came to an agreement that Russia will increase energy production by 65 thousand barrels per day in February. At the same time, Saudi Arabia and a number of countries belonging to the organization will reduce oil production.

The deal also had a positive impact on world prices for “black gold”. So, on January 6, the price of Brent crude oil for the first time since February 26, 2020 exceeded the mark of $ 54 per barrel. As of January 11, Brent costs $ 55.44 per barrel, WTI – $ 51.9.

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