PJSC Rostelecom traded at 61.00 this Monday August 15th, decreasing 0.56 or 0.91 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Rostelecom lost 5.85 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 35.21 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast PJSC Rostelecom to be priced at 55.77 by the end of this quarter and at 41.46 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Detskiy Mir PAO 80.78 0.94 1.18% -41.40%
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Magyar Telekom 319.00 -2.00 -0.62% -26.50%
Mtn Group 15,048.00 -384.00 -2.49% 15.76%
Rostelecom 61.00 -0.56 -0.91% -35.21%
Rostelecom P 60.95 -0.61 -0.99% -35.26%
Telekom Malaysia Bhd 5.64 0.04 0.71% -2.08%
Turkcell 17.25 -0.55 -3.09% 11.94%
Telkom SA SOC Ltd 4,740.00 25.00 0.53% 15.92%
Telekomunikasi 4,450.00 -100.00 -2.20% 33.23%
Türk Telekom 9.17 -0.06 -0.65% 31.00%
Vodacom 13,620.00 -67.00 -0.49% -1.08%

Indexes Price Day Year
MOEX 2165 17.79 0.83% -44.42%

PJSC Rostelecom is a telecommunications company. The Company and its subsidiaries offer a range of communication services, including local, intra-zone, long-distance domestic and international fixed line telephone services and mobile services; data transmission; Internet; pay television; virtual private network (VPN), and data centers services, rent of communication channels and radio communication services in the territory of Russian Federation. It operates through nine segments: Corp. Center, North-West, Center, South, Volga, Ural, Sibir, Far East, and Other operations and reconciliation. It operates the intercity network and international telecommunications gateways of the Russian Federation, carrying voice and data traffic that originates in its own network, and other national and international operator networks to other national and international operators for termination. It also operates Government programs, including E-Government, Unified communication service, and other.