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The Russian stock market on Thursday will begin trading session in the red amid falling oil prices and negative dynamics of European exchanges.
on the Eve of the Russian market has updated their highs from October: the index of Masuri following the results of session has grown on 0,92% - to 2491,49 points and the RTS index - on 1,43%, to 1186,51 points. The dollar on Wednesday evening fell 40 cents, and the Euro by more than 30 cents.
the Major stock indexes of USA on the eve of rose 0.2-0.7 percent amid strong reports of American companies. In particular, the IBM Corporation has received net profit for the fourth quarter of 2018 1,951 billion dollars against a loss a year earlier. Investors also drew attention to the optimistic statements of the US President Donald trump on the prospects of trade with China.
European stocks ended the session in negative territory by 0.2% to 0.9% due to the weak financial reporting of companies in the region - the largest drop showed britanci FTSE 100, which declined due to the strengthening of the pound. The fall in its profits for the fourth quarter reported yesterday, the British Metro Bank.
the World prices for oil on Thursday morning again declining, despite prior growth amid fears of investors about the growth prospects of the global economy. U.S. stocks remains favorable.
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