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Shares of Yandex (NASDAQ: YNDX) soared 12% today after the search engine specialist confirmed that it is in talks to acquire Tinkoff Bank. The two companies have been discussing a possible combination for over a year. Yandex and Tinkoff parent TCS Group have tentatively agreed "...
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JUST IN: $YNDX Yandex Confirms Discussions with Tinkoff Group
MOSCOW and AMSTERDAM, Sept. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Yandex N.V. (NASDAQ and MOEX: YNDX) (“Yandex,” “we” or the “Company”), one of Europe’s largest internet companies and the leading search and ride-hailing provider in Russia, today confi...
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News: $YNDX Why Yandex Stock Just Popped 10%
Shares of "Russia's Google" -- tech giant Yandex (NASDAQ: YNDX) -- jumped 10% in early Monday trading and are currently tipping the scales up 10.2% as of 9:55 a.m. EST. In part, this is because Yandex announced a $300 million share buyback this morning. In larger part, though, it's becaus...
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News: $YNDX Yandex Board Recommends Targeted Amendments to Corporate Governance Structure
MOSCOW and AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands, Nov. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 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...
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News: $YNDX Yandex Announces Board Authorization of a Share Repurchase Program
MOSCOW and AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, Nov. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 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 w...
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AAA STRAIGHT ONES
I DONT WANNA SAY
WHAT THAT MEANS
ok, lets give it some time...
You're right, it does sound fishy.
The merger with Uber will be a separate company from Yandex itself. The 21% increase last week wasn't justified anyway you put it. If anything the sanctions & exit from the Ukraine which will result in a 16% decrease of MAU should be sending them down to low $20s. Their market share has been on the downhill with Google gaining on their turf. The fact that this thing is still trading above $25 is a joke & warrants an investigation from the SEC. Remember it make a suspicious 5% gain the day before the announcement!
It's been a while since I got a response from anyone in this thread. Glad I'm not alone here!
What "joining force with a competitor" are you taking about? I haven't been following Yandex for a while now. Last time I heard about them, they got banned in Ukraine, but it doesn't seem like it affected them in any way.
This thing is on a straight shot up...based on joining forces with a competitor they pretty much already put out of business? How does this even justify at 16% gain?
Should be back down at $28 today...but who knows anymore, fixed!
It's got some legs now!
Yandex is a really fantastic company, a market leader. Unfortunately in the short term, because of political drama we have depressed valuations. Fortunately, it is a great opportunity to pick up a great company at amazing valuations. Really is a story of the baby being thrown out with the bath water.
This is just like 2007, but for Russian equities.
Personally I am long RSX, as well as individual holding in Yandex and Vimpelcom. One of each, growth and value plays. I may even pick up Mechel if I divest some of my European holdings.
Think of it this way, Yandex should do well anyway, even if there are sanctions or heaven forbid the crisis in Ukraine gets worse.
This needs to get the pumping.
I was able to grab 200 shares in the $23's I wish I scooped up so more!
Added more Russians to the board to get Putin off their backs
The Board of Directors is nominating Mr. Herman Gref for a three-year term with effect from May 21, 2014 and until the general meeting to be held in 2017.
In addition, the Board of Directors is nominating Arkady Volozh for re-election as an executive director, Alfred Fenaughty and Elena Ivashentseva for re-election as non-executive directors, each for a three-year term, and Rogier Rijnja for re-election as a non-executive director, for a two-year term.
Mr. Gref has served since 2007 as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Sberbank of Russia, one of the largest commercial banks in Russia. Sberbank is the holder of our priority share and our joint venture partner in our Yandex.Money business. From 2000 to 2007, Mr. Gref was the Minister for Economic Development of the Russian Federation. He previously served in a number government positions at the federal and regional levels in Russia. Mr. Gref received a degree in law from Omsk State University in 1990, a Ph.D. in law from St. Petersburg State University in 1993 and a Ph.D in economics in 2014. Mr. Gref holds a Citation and Certificate of Honour from the President of the Russian Federation, the Order for Distinguished Service of Grade IV and the Stolypin Medal.
Problem is.... Putin is such an ego driven pr__k who wants to reassemble the Soviet Union that he will defy the west and their sanctions. This is liable to become nasty in the intermediate/long term. The Russian Duma voted to bring Gorbachev up on charges of destroying the Soviet Union. Things are getting dicey. I think the Ukraine is toast. Georgia all over again. Tomorrow the world. Russia uber alles. Familiar phrase. Time to deploy an EMP over Moscow.
I hope so too. I should of followed my gut and sell some before the dip.
I hope so too. I should of followed my gut and sell some before the dip.
Yandex N.V. is scheduled to release its first-quarter FY 2014 results on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The company had announced net income of $10.60 per share in the last quarter, which was seventy-eight cents below the market consensus forecast of $11.38 per share. Yandex N.V.'s earnings per share has improved 63.63% in the last one year. Analysts have predicted net earnings for the company at $8.51 a share, above $6.71 a share reported in the year-ago quarter. As of Thursday, April 17, 2014, the company's shares were trading at P/E ratio of 26.41. Sign up today to read free research on YNDX at:
On April 2, 2014, Yandex N.V. (Yandex) announced that it has teamed up with the Higher School of Economics to open a Faculty of Computer Science, aimed at preparing specialists in two areas - Applied Mathematics and Informatics, and Software Engineering. The Company informed that Ivan Arzhantsev, who has been heading Yandex's academic programs, will be appointed as the Dean of the Faculty. Commenting the development, Yandex CEO, Arkady Volozh said, "Together with the HSE, we want to create a faculty where people can receive a full education in this field. We are sure they will be in demand in academia as well as in IT companies." Yandex further informed that the faculty includes the HSE's existing Department of Software Engineering and Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, and will be supplemented by the addition of a new department - Big Data and Information Retrieval. The full analyst notes on Yandex N.V. are available to download free of charge at:
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Date : 03/24/2014 @ 8:00AM
I hope soon again.
yes, I did that.. always holding a core position but taking some profits off the table is not an error..
I should of sold and added more on the dip.