MOSCOW, February 18. / TASS /. The cost of common shares of Beluga Group during trading on the Moscow Exchange increased by 39.53%, reaching 6,198 rubles ($83.85) per paper, follows from the data of the trading floor at 11:09 Moscow time. As of 11:32 Moscow time, the securities were traded at 6,193 rubles per piece (+ 39%).
The day before, the company's quotes also rose by 40%. The company noted that management will make every effort to justify the trust shown by shareholders with good operating and financial results.
Beluga Group is a leader in the production of vodka and alcoholic beverages in Russia, as well as one of the largest importers of spirits in the country. The group owns six enterprises and its own distribution system.