Russian stock market rose after the collapse

The Moscow Exchange Index rose 2.26 percent

The Russian stock market rose after the collapse the day before. According to the results of the main trading session on the Moscow Exchange on Tuesday, November 23, the Mosbirzh index rose to 3960.33 points (plus 2.26 percent), the RTS index – up to 1662.38 points (plus 2.11 percent). The Moscow Exchange index rose more than 2.2 percent in a day for the first time since October 5, 2021.

The Moscow Exchange's blue chips showed significant growth. Only three companies out of 15 finished the main session in the red – Polymetal (minus 2.49 percent, to 1,369.5 rubles per share), Polyus (minus 0.89 percent, to 14,771.5 rubles) and Surgutneftegaz “(Minus 0.82 percent to 39.42 rubles). Most of all the securities rose in price for Gazprom (plus 5.74 percent, to 337.51 rubles), TCS Group (plus 5.6 percent, to 6986 rubles) and Sberbank (plus 4.39 percent, to 322.71 rubles).