|Day's range||1,344.05 - 1,383.95|
|52-week range||1,011.00 - 1,470.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||41.42|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Russia outfoxed European Union sanctions by delivering gas turbines made by Germany's Siemens to the annexed Ukrainian region of Crimea. No Russian company, according to Reuters data, has ever got a Siemens turbine working without the help of the manufacturer. In this case, Siemens said the turbines were shipped to Crimea behind its back and is refusing to be involved, leaving Moscow to work out how to start them up to fulfil President Vladimir Putin's promise to give Crimea a stable power supply.
Russian news agencies say the head of a company that operates a joint venture to produce gas turbines with Germany's Siemens was questioned by the Federal Security Service on suspicion of disclosing state ...
Two more gas turbines appear to have been delivered to Russian-controlled Crimea, according to two Reuters reporters who saw the equipment at the port of Feodosia, potentially deepening a row over sanctions compliance in which Germany's Siemens has become embroiled. Siemens said earlier this week that at least two of a total of four turbines it sold to Russian state firm Technopromexport had been delivered to Crimea against its wishes and without its knowledge.