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Yandex N.V. (YNDX)

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18.940.00 (0.00%)
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Previous close18.94
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Day's range18.94 - 18.94
52-week range18.94 - 18.94
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Market cap6.797B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.88
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
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  • Reuters

    Yandex split nears completion as Russian traders finalise share exchange

    A consortium of Russian investors is leading a buyout of Yandex from its Dutch parent company Yandex NV after months of negotiations, with the parent selling its assets in Russia at a heavily discounted price due to Kremlin demands on foreign asset sales. The deal, the largest by a Western-held company to exit Russia since the start of the war in Ukraine, will see Yandex's Russia-based businesses, which generate more than 95% of revenue and include search, advertising, e-commerce and ride hailing, acquired by the Russian investors.

  • Reuters

    Investors bid to exchange nearly all eligible Yandex NV shares to Russian entity, consortium says

    Yandex is being bought by a consortium made up of senior Yandex Russian management, a fund controlled by oil major Lukoil and three other companies owned by businessmen Alexander Chachava, Pavel Prass and Alexander Ryazanov. In May, the consortium announced terms for Yandex NV shareholders to either sell their shares or exchange them for shares in the Russian entity, MKPAO Yandex.

  • Reuters

    Yandex parent company says first phase of Russia divestment deal is complete

    The Dutch parent of tech group Yandex said on Friday it had successfully completed the first phase of a $5.2 billion deal to sell the company, often dubbed "Russia's Google", to a consortium of Russian investors. The Dutch entity, Yandex NV, said its stake in the Russian business has now been reduced to 28% and that this would fall to zero once the second phase completes in the first half of July. Yandex is Russia's dominant tech company with an array of services including ride-hailing and food delivery as well as online search and advertising, where it has gained market share since Alphabet's Google stopped selling online ads in Russia after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.