|Bid||41.75 x 800|
|Ask||41.77 x 1100|
|Day's range||41.53 - 42.01|
|52-week range||26.20 - 42.37|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||2.05|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.63|
|Earnings date||13 Feb 2020 - 17 Feb 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||47.42|
Yandex’s share price hit a record high in Moscow last week after a boost from an unlikely source: Russian president Vladimir Putin, who spoke warmly of a closed-door meeting with its executives and praised ...
Russian internet company Mail.Ru and state lender Sberbank have finalised the terms of a joint food and taxi platform and plan to invest 64.6 billion roubles ($1 billion) in the business, Mail.Ru said on Tuesday. The deal, first revealed in July, should be closed by the end of the year and will hand the firms equal stakes in the joint venture, it said. The move marks a significant step in Sberbank's pursuit of a stronger presence in Russia's digital economy and offers competition to the country's leading technology company, Yandex, which dominates the ride-hailing market.
Yandex, the internet giant said to be Russia's answer to Google, unveiled planned governance changes Monday as authorities seek to tighten control over the internet. The company that operates Russia's largest search engine and news aggregator said it would create a Public Interest Foundation able to block any single entity from accumulating 10 percent or more of its economic or voting interests. The foundation's board is to consist of just three members of Yandex's management team, including company founder and chief executive Arkady Volozh, as well as representatives of top universities and non-governmental organisations.
Yandex , Russia's biggest technology company, proposed on Monday setting up a "public interest foundation" to help oversee the business and assuage Kremlin fears about potential foreign influence. Yandex, sometimes referred to as Russia's answer to Google, provides an array of online services, including taxi hailing and the country's dominant Russian-language search engine. The company's ownership structure has been in focus due to a draft law that would limit foreign shareholdings in Russian internet firms to just under 50% to address Kremlin concerns that user data could fall into foreign hands.
Yandex (NASDAQ and MOEX: YNDX), one of Europe's largest internet companies and the leading search provider in Russia, today announces that its Board of Directors has approved targeted amendments to the company’s corporate governance structure, as it seeks to respond to an evolving regulatory environment while supporting the company’s business interests and the interests of all its stakeholders. The proposed amendments will be subject to shareholder approval at a Meeting of Class A Shareholders and an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders, both scheduled to take place on December 20, 2019.
Yandex N.V. (NASDAQ and MOEX: YNDX), one of Europe's largest internet companies and the leading search provider in Russia, today announces that its Board of Directors has authorized a repurchase of up to $300 million worth of Class A shares of Yandex N.V. Such shares may be repurchased from time to time in open market transactions. The timing and amount of share repurchases will depend on a variety of factors, including market conditions. Yandex intends to make all repurchases in compliance with applicable regulatory guidelines and to administer the program in accordance with applicable laws, including Rule 10b-18 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
A Siberian ride-hailing firm that allows customers to haggle over their fares is investing to beef up its presence in Moscow, a market dominated by New York-listed internet giant Yandex and Uber, its founder said. InDriver, which is available in 28 countries chiefly in Central Asia and Latin America, plans to spend up to $10 million over the next two years to expand its presence in the sprawling Russian capital, its head and founder Arsen Tomsky told Reuters. Unlike its competitors that offer fixed rates, inDriver allows customers themselves to propose a fare for their journey.
Russian internet giant Yandex has started testing autonomous delivery robots, the latest addition to its technological arsenal, the company said on Thursday. Yandex, often described as 'Russia's Google', operates a number of services that could benefit from autonomous delivery, in particular its restaurant delivery service Yandex.Eda, e-commerce arm Yandex.Market, a joint venture with Russian lender Sberbank, and recently launched service for grocery delivery, Yandex.Lavka. Testing for the Yandex.Rover is already underway at its Moscow headquarters, where the device moves by itself but under human supervision, the company said in a statement.
Sberbank has agreed to buy Gazprombank's holding stake in internet company Mail.ru as Russia's largest lender continues its transformation under Chief Executive German Gref into a banking-to-online services company. Under the deal Sberbank will buy a 35% stake in MF Technologies, which owns 58.9% of Mail.ru's voting rights, from Gazprombank, a state-owned financial group.
Yandex (YNDX) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -8.57% and 4.01%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
MOSCOW and AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands, Oct. 25, 2019 -- Yandex (NASDAQ and MOEX: YNDX), one of Europe's largest internet companies and the leading search provider in Russia,.
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Russian internet firm Yandex on Monday released a short video app for fashion and style that it hopes will compete with China's TikTok app. The Yandex app is called Sloy, the Russian word for layer, the company said in a statement. It is currently only available in App Store in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.