Trading on the Russian stock market started on Monday with growth of main indexes: 10:00 GMT the ruble Mosberg index added 0.73 per cent to the previous close and was at around 2729,14 item, dollar-denominated RTS index rose by 1.03% to 1200,68 points, according to data from the Moscow exchange.
As noted by a senior risk Manager IR “Algo Capital” Vitaly Manzhos, “given the fact that the stock market in the United States will be closed today, the external background before bidding in Russia can be characterized as vaguely”.
At the same time analyst IK “VELES the Capital” Elena Kozhuhova notes that “oil prices are rising slightly after a decline on Friday, as sentiment on world stock markets mixed”.
for its part, the ITI Capital analysts remind that “on Monday with the US markets closed on occasion of Day of remembrance”. Meanwhile, “the aggravation of relations between China and the United States (due to the tense situation around Hong Kong — ed.) is currently the main factor volatility,” according to a survey of experts.
“the draft law on national security of Hong Kong was included in the agenda opened Friday’s session of vsekitajsky meeting of national representatives (vsnp). Sunday in Hong Kong resumed mass protests,” explains ITI Capital.
At the same time, analysts say, “the increase in the number of new infections continues to slow in Europe and the United States, and the country resume economic activity and remove constraints” and “the main hot COVID-19 at the moment are Brazil and Russia”.
overall, it captures mangos, “this morning the contracts for oil grade Brent fell by 0.1%”. “Gold futures lost 0.5 percent. Chinese stock index Shanghai Composite fell 0.1%. Nikkei225 rose by 1.48%,” — said the expert.
So, IAC senior analyst “Alpari” Vadim Iosub predicts that the probable daily corridor index Masuri will be in the range of values 2680-2735 points, the RTS index — 1175-1200 points.
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