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Magnitogorskiy Mtallurgchsky KmbntPAO

MAGN.MM

Latest Trade

41.60RUB

Change

1.00(+2.46%)

Volume

19,277,800

Today's Range

40.66

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41.60

52 Week Range

35.19

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47.40

As of on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
40.60
Open
40.67
Volume
19,277,800
3M AVG Volume
235.30
Today's High
41.60
Today's Low
40.66
52 Week High
47.40
52 Week Low
35.19
Shares Out (MIL)
11,174.33
Market Cap (MIL)
449,445.10
Forward P/E
6.61
Dividend (Yield %)
12.87

Next Event

Magnitogorskiy Metallurgicheskiy Kombinat PAO Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting

Latest Developments

More

MMK Plans Total Capex For 2019-2025 At $5.9 Bln - Presentation

Russia's MMK Sees Total Capex 2019-2025 At $2.14 Bln, Adding Total $483 Mln To EBITDA

Russia's MMK Plans To Distribute Dividends Of 100% FCF If Net Debt/EBITDA Is Below 1.0x

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About Magnitogorskiy Mtallurgchsky KmbntPAO

Magnitogorskiy Metallurgicheskiy Kombinat PAO, formerly Magnitogorskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat OAO, is a Russia-based company, active in the steel industry. Its main products are sinter, coke, iron, crude steel, rolled products and ore materials. The Company offers a wide range of products such as wire rod, rebars, square bars, strips, round bars, among others. It is also involved in the coal ore mining, processing of ore materials, sale of ferrous metal products and others. Magnitogorskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat OAO operates as a supplier for such industries as: pipelines, vehicles, railway, construction and shipbuilding, among others. Its subsidiaries include Lys'venskaya Metallurgicheskaya Kompaniya OOO, among others. The Company operates domestically, as well as exports its products to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

Industry

Misc. Fabricated Products

Contact Info

ul. Kirova, 93

+7.351.9245467

http://www.mmk.ru

Executive Leadership

Viktor Filippovich Rashnikov

Chairman of the Board

Pavel Vladimirovich Shilyaev

Director, General Director (CEO) - Chairman of the Management Board

Mariya Viktorovna Nikulina

Member of the Management Board, Head of the Department of Financial Resources

Vadim Nikolaevich Feoktistov

Member of the Management Board, Chief IT Specialist

Sergey Viktorovich Shepilov

Member of the Management Board, Chief Legal Officer

Key Stats

3.00 mean rating - 4 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2016

5.6K

2017

7.5K

2018

8.2K

2019(E)

7.6K
EPS (USD)

2016

0.099

2017

0.106

2018

0.118

2019(E)

0.095
Price To Earnings (TTM)
7.12
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.92
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.30
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
4.68
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
15.75
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
9.89
Return on Investment (TTM)
15.86
Return on Equity (TTM)
13.02

Latest News

Latest News

Weak demand to put pressure on Russian steelmaker MMK in Q4

Weak demand abroad and lower domestic consumption will put pressure on Russian steelmaker MMK's financial results this quarter, it said on Thursday, after reporting a 22% year-on-year fall in third-quarter core earnings.

UPDATE 1-Russian steelmaker MMK's record year loses shine in last quarter

Russian steelmaker MMK's fourth quarter core earnings fell 9.3 percent year-on-year although it said earnings for 2018 as a whole were up 19 percent to a record $2.4 billion.

Russia's MMK says core earnings fall 20 pct qtr/qtr

Russian steelmaker MMK said on Thursday its core earnings fell 20 percent in the fourth quarter versus the third on lower average prices, a seasonal decrease in sales, and higher raw materials costs.

UPDATE 2-Russian steelmaker MMK cautious after strong quarter, delays Turkey project

* Says 2018 capex to exceed originally planned $800 mln (Adds details about Turkey project, context)

Kremlin aide wants top firms to invest more rather than pay windfall tax

Kremlin aide Andrei Belousov said on Friday he would like major Russian firms to invest in social projects rather than pay higher taxes, weeks after he proposed raising 500 billion rubles ($7.5 billion) a year from metal and mining firms.

Russian finance minister says tax burden to stay unchanged

The tax burden on businesses will stay unchanged as compared with levels envisaged in law, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said after a meeting with a business lobbying group on Friday.

Top Russian businessmen arrive at government talks on windfall tax

The heads of Russia's top metal and chemical producers arrived at the Moscow headquarters of a business lobbying group on Friday for talks with the government on a possible windfall tax on their firms.

Russian minister says $7.5 billion windfall tax off the table for now

Russian government ministries have agreed a proposed windfall tax on metals, mining and chemical companies is "inappropriate" for now, Industry Minister Denis Manturov said on Wednesday.

Russian ministries reject proposed windfall tax on metals and mining firms

Russian government ministries have agreed that a proposed windfall tax on metals, mining and chemical companies was inappropriate, Industry Minister Denis Manturov said on Wednesday.

Rouble, caught in 'perfect storm', sinks to lowest since mid-2016

The Russian rouble sank to its lowest level since early June 2016 on Friday, battered by concerns over the impact of new U.S. sanctions, falling oil prices and a broadly stronger dollar.

MEDIA-Kremlin aide says Russian mining firms "need to share" - Vedomosti

* Kremlin economic aide Andrei Belousov, whose proposal to raise 500 billion roubles ($7.5 billion) a year from metal and mining firms is to be considered by Russian President Vladimir Putin, said the companies "need to share", according to Vedomosti newspaper.

Russia's fin min says no decision yet on raising revenue from commodities firms

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Friday the government would draw up a report on the revenue of commodities firms after the Kremlin approved discussion of a proposal to raise additional revenue from metals and mining companies.

Putin wants $7.5 billion Russian miners tax discussed, shares drop

Vladimir Putin has ordered that a proposal to raise 500 billion roubles ($7.5 billion) a year from metal and mining firms be looked at, but the Russian president has not decided whether to approve the plan by a Kremlin economic aide.

Kremlin backs discussion of idea to raise revenue from metals firms

Russian President Vladimir Putin agrees that a proposal to prop up the budget by raising more revenue from metals and mining companies should be discussed, but has not made any decision, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.

NLMK's Lisin warns against higher Russian mining taxes

Hitting Russian mining and metals companies with extra taxes because they are making profits will only encourage them to be less efficient, according to billionaire Vladimir Lisin, who controls top steel producer NLMK .

Kremlin considers raising more revenue from mining companies

Russia is considering propping up the state budget by raising more revenue from metal and mining companies that are earning windfall profits, according to proposals seen by Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Evraz reports soaring core earnings in first half of 2018

Russia's Evraz, the country's second-biggest steelmaker, said on Thursday its core earnings rose by nearly two-thirds in the first half of the year due to stronger prices and an efficiency drive.

Exclusive: Russian steelmaker MMK changes tack after tariffs, Iran sanctions

MMK <MAGN.MM>, one of Russia's largest steel producers, has postponed the launch of a lucrative project in Turkey due to uncertainty created by global trade wars, Andrey Eremin, the company's director for economics, told Reuters in an interview.

UPDATE 1-Russian steelmakers play down impact of EU's import curbs

Russian steel producers played down the impact of the European Union's curbs on steel imports on Wednesday, which, according to analysts, may even allow some of them to increase supplies to the bloc compared with a year ago.

Russia, Kazakhstan cut hot-rolled steel coil exports to Iran - traders

* Russia's Severstal, MMK to wind down sales as well - sources

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