The Moscow Stock Exchange has updated the list of blue chips, the most liquid securities traded on the floor. Shares of the Novolipetsk Metallurgical Plant were excluded from the list, the prices of which, after the start of the special operation in Ukraine, plummeted.
The Moscow Stock Exchange announced the changes in the list of so-called blue chips on its website.
Ordinary shares of Novolipetsk Iron and Steel Works were excluded from the list. After the start of the special operation in Ukraine, its cost was reduced by more than 30%. At the moment, the role won the fall again, but in the future it continues to this day.
According to current data at the time of publication, one share of NLMK on the stock exchange costs 119.58 rubles; in mid-February it cost 233 rubles.
The place of the NLMK securities on the Moscow Stock Exchange was taken by the shares of the fertilizer producer PhosAgro. In February, its prices collapsed, but very quickly they returned to their previous positions and then began to grow. Compared to the price of 5,015 rubles on February 25, PhosAgro shares as of August 31 had risen in price by more than 50%, to 7,938 rubles.
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