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Gazprom Neft' PAO (SIBN.MM)

SIBN.MM on Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange

349.95RUB
16 May 2019
Change (% chg)

руб-1.85 (-0.53%)
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About

Gazprom Neft' PAO is a vertically integrated oil company operating in the Russian Federation, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and internationally. The Company's principal activities include exploration, production and development of crude oil and gas, production of refined petroleum products and distribution and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.74
Market Cap(Mil.): руб1,659,218.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,741.30
Dividend: 7.95
Yield (%): 8.57

Financials

Special Report: How Russia sank billions of dollars into Venezuela quicksand

MOSCOW At the end of 2015, managers at Rosneft, the Russian state-controlled oil firm, sounded the alarm to their bosses about the company's investments in Venezuela. Rosneft's local partner, Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, owed it hundreds of millions of dollars, according to internal documents, and there seemed no prospect things would get better.

14 Mar 2019

Special Report: How Russia sank billions of dollars into Venezuela quicksand

MOSCOW At the end of 2015, managers at Rosneft, the Russian state-controlled oil firm, sounded the alarm to their bosses about the company's investments in Venezuela. Rosneft's local partner, Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, owed it hundreds of millions of dollars, according to internal documents, and there seemed no prospect things would get better.

14 Mar 2019

SPECIAL REPORT-How Russia sank billions of dollars into Venezuela quicksand

MOSCOW, March 14 At the end of 2015, managers at Rosneft, the Russian state-controlled oil firm, sounded the alarm to their bosses about the company's investments in Venezuela. Rosneft's local partner, Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, owed it hundreds of millions of dollars, according to internal documents, and there seemed no prospect things would get better.

14 Mar 2019

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