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Yandex N.V. (YNDX)

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Previous Close61.36
Open61.55
Bid61.85 x 800
Ask61.91 x 800
Day's Range61.32 - 62.00
52 Week Range33.79 - 74.32
Volume910,759
Avg. Volume2,161,098
Market Cap22.024B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.32
PE Ratio (TTM)65.40
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Russia's Yandex to launch e-grocery delivery in Paris then London
    Reuters

    Russia's Yandex to launch e-grocery delivery in Paris then London

    Russian internet giant Yandex is set to launch its online grocery delivery in Paris in the second quarter of this year, the company said on Friday, after strong demand in Russia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Russia's e-commerce market boomed last year as lockdown restrictions kept shoppers at home, with Yandex.Lavka, a 15-minute grocery delivery service, one of the main beneficiaries. Yango, the international arm of Yandex Go, the firm's taxi aggregator and food tech business, launched the grocery service in Israel under the Yango Deli brand late last year.

  • Russian watchdog opens case against Yandex over alleged competition law breach
    Reuters

    Russian watchdog opens case against Yandex over alleged competition law breach

    Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) on Tuesday said it had initiated proceedings against internet giant Yandex over alleged competition law violations on the company's search engine. The state agency told Yandex in February it had created unequal market conditions for general online search services, that it was preferentially promoting its own products and asked it to stop. Yandex asked for extra time to respond to the accusations earlier this month.

  • Reuters

    Russia's Yandex seeks more time to respond to allegation it broke competition law

    Russian internet giant Yandex asked on Thursday for an extra month to respond to accusations that it violated competition law on its search engine at the expense of other companies, Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) said. The state agency told Yandex in February that it had created unequal market conditions for general online search services, that it was preferentially promoting its own products and asked it to stop. In it, they accused Yandex of abusing its dominant market position and urged it to establish a level playing field for fair competition in online searches.