Trading on the Russian stock market kicked off on Wednesday with decrease of main indexes: 10:01 GMT the ruble Mosberg index lost 0.19 percent to the previous close and was at around 2748,83 item, dollar-denominated RTS index also fell by 0.19% to 1222,68 points, according to data from the Moscow exchange.
As noted by a senior risk Manager IR “Algo Capital” Vitaly mangos, “the external background before bidding in Russia can be characterized as ambiguous or mixed”.
At the same time analyst IK “VELES the Capital” Elena Kozhuhova notes that “oil prices fall after rising the day before, and the mood in world stock markets mixed”.
for its part, the ITI Capital analysts indicate that “concerns about rising tensions between the US and China, partly offset by optimism for a gradual resumption of global economic activity.” “The US President Donald trump has announced measures against China in response to actions in respect of Hong Kong. Support markets have reports that the Japanese government plans to adopt new measures to support the economy by $298 billion. the Government of Japan has approved two stimulus package for 117 trillion yen for a total amount of 234 trillion yen ($2,18 trillion). The latest package includes $298 billion to support companies. The volume of stimulus measures will amount to 40% of Japan’s GDP, which is the highest rate in the world and is twice the comparative figure in the USA” — experts underline.
overall, it captures mangos, “this morning, futures on US stock indices showed a significant increase in the cost of the order of 0,6-0,8%”. “Contracts for Brent oil fell by 0.7%. Gold futures lost 0.6 percent. Chinese stock index Shanghai Composite fell 0.1%. Nikkei225 added 0.8%”, — says the expert.
Thus, the senior IAC analyst “Alpari” Vadim Iosub predicts that the probable daily corridor index Masuri will be in the range of values 2725-2780 points, the RTS index — 1215-1235 points.
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