Following Gazprom, the shares of the largest Russian companies began to fall
Today, June 30, a fall in the shares of the Russian Sberbank was recorded.
Reported by Investing. The fall comes amid information that the Russian Gazprom will not pay dividends for 2021.
In the fifth month of Russia’s full-scale military invasion of the territory of independent Ukraine, the shares of Russian Gazprom fell by more than 30%.
As of 12:40 Kyiv time, Sberbank shares fell by almost 4% and reached 126.58.
As of 12:44 Kyiv time, the value of Sberbank shares was at 127.5
The shares of Russian companies Norilsk Nickel, LUKOIL, Yandex also fell.
On June 27, 2022, Russia defaulted on sovereign debt for the first time in a hundred years.