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Trade for YUKOS shares resumes on MICEX

The trade for YUKOS shares has been resumed on MICEX. The price of the oil company's shares grew by 13.6 percent against the previous business day's closing level as of 3:14 p.m., reaching RUR137 ($4.69) per share.

As reported earlier, at 2.12 p.m. the trade for YUKOS shares on MICEX was ceased for one hour, because the price of the company's shares had risen by over 10 percent since the opening of today's trading session. The latest deal on YUKOS shares was made at the level of RUR136.5 ($4.67) per share, exceeding the closing level of October 1, 2004 by 13.18 percent.

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