|Daily Range||$7.33 - $7.46|
|52-Week Range||$6.35 - $9.90|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (4.5%)|
|Average Daily Volume||1,011,368|
|Current FY EPS||$2.79|
Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
News & Commentary
A political crisis was averted last week, partially due to a brief reunion between President Obama and Russia's Putin.
By next week we could see the disruption of gas supplies to Europe, Russia's largest and most profitable market.
Just before turning up at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin sealed a massive deal with China for natural gas exports. Was Gazprom taken to the cleaners?
Today's financial recap and tomorrow's financial outlook.
Detractors have labeled front-runner Petro Poroshenko an opportunistic "flip-flopper," but alone among Ukrainian oligarchs, he has twice stuck his neck out for a cause.
Russia has become more eager to seal the deal on the prospect that Europe will increasingly shift away from Russian gas.
Russian aid cop-out highlights energy firm's weak finances
Geography blessed Russia with energy-starved industrial economies to its east and west. However, after decades of favorable energy exports, the ground beneath Russian energy giants like Gazprom is shifting.
Oil majors have been wrestling with investing in Russia for years, so now under the Olympic spotlight, let's hope the Games focus on sport and not security lapses.