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Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom (GAZP.ME)

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198.00+0.08 (+0.04%)
At close: 06:49PM MSK
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Previous close197.92
Open200.00
Bid199.95 x 210000
Ask195.00 x 1459000
Day's range196.57 - 201.87
52-week range126.53 - 397.64
Volume28,893,760
Avg. volume19,462,982
Market cap4.682T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.61
PE ratio (TTM)2.47
EPS (TTM)80.21
Earnings date27 Apr 2022 - 02 May 2022
Forward dividend & yield12.55 (4.71%)
Ex-dividend date19 Jul 2022
1y target est439.36
  • Reuters

    Gazprom's Gaz Capital requests changes to $750 million notes contract

    Holders of Gaz Capital's $750,000,000 loan participation notes due 2027 were also asked to allow Gaz Capital or the new trustee to name a co-trustee in case its new trustee gets caught in sanctions. The United States, Britain, the EU and others have placed financial sanctions on Russia and many Russian companies in retaliation for Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in late February. The sanctions have all but removed Russia from the global financial network and have forced holders of its bonds and stock in many companies to mark their holdings to zero.

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    Russia resumes natural gas supplies to Latvia

    Russian natural gas supplies to Latvia resumed on Aug. 5, a week after they were halted by Russian exporter Gazprom, data from transmission system operator Conexus Baltic Grid (CBG) showed. Gazprom said on July 30 it had stopped sending gas to Latvia after accusing the Baltic country of violating supply conditions. Gazprom did not reply to a Reuters request for a comment.