• Action "Transaero" has fallen by 20 percent after growing by 70

  • Action "Transaero" in the course of trading on the Moscow stock exchange on Thursday, 3 November, fell 20 percent after a rise of 70 percent (to 6.54 rubles) a day earlier. Such information contains on the website of the exchange. The minimum stock price during the auction was $ 5.18 ruble (minus 20.8%).

    14:40 Moscow time, the shares of airlines were cheaper by 10.55 percent to 5.85 rubles per share.

    The reason for the growth in the value of securities before it became appearing 2 Nov information about what the user "Transaero" together with the consultants have prepared a launch plan for a new airline. By absentee ballot from 4 to 11 November, the Board of Directors will consider the proposal and the program of restoration of the main activity of the company. It was also reported that the final decision will be taken by lenders ", Trasero".

    At the same time in the same day, two top managers of banks that were among the largest creditors of the airline, told "Interfax" that the management and owners of the bankrupt carrier has not discussed with lenders the possibility of starting up a new company. According to them, "it's just some disassembly related securities".

    "Transaero", the former second largest volume of traffic of the Russian airlines, went bankrupt due to high debt load (more than 250 billion rubles, including lease payments and 85 billion debt to banks) against the background of falling demand for flights. The carrier came under the operational control of "Aeroflot" in the beginning of last September, and 26 October the Rosaviation revoked operator certificate.

    In December the court has satisfied the claim of Sberbank and launched in "Transaero" monitoring procedure — preliminary stage of bankruptcy. To recognize the failure of the air carrier in court also demanded the Federal tax service, VTB and Alfa-Bank.

    http://lenta.ru

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