Market View

April 28, 2017

Equities: Local equities rose by 1.6% yesterday, led by gains in CEEN (+4.3%), MSICH (+2.4%) and BAVL (+0.3%). The broader KP-Dragon index inched up by 0.5% on the day despite selling pressure in AGT (-5.2%), FXPO (-3.8%) and MLK (-2.8%). KER (+1.4%) withstood the headwinds, closing at PLN 71. MHP (+0.5%) and AST (0.9%) were also better bid. With Asian markets in the red zone and European futures trading flat, we expect Ukrainian equities to trade sideways today.

Fixed income: The sovereign curve bounced back yesterday after staying heavy for the previous few days, with prices closing 0.25-0.75pt stronger. Most volumes were at the long end (25s, 26s) and in warrants. Quasi-sovereigns were stable, with stronger bids seen in RAILUA.

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Name Close 1d, % 1m, % YTD, %
DAX 12,444 (0.23) 2.42 8.39
FTSE100 7,237 (0.71) (1.45) 1.32
KP-Dragon 1,892 0.53 2.14 19.55
MICEX 2,012 (0.75) (1.03) (9.90)
PFTS 271.0 0.85 (0.65) 2.20
S&P500 2,389 0.06 1.28 6.70
UX 1,011 1.60 0.59 27.09
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