MMC Norilsk Nickel PJSC last = 20674 RUB 1w: -1546 (-7%)
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The information that UC Rusal won the case against Interros in the London High Court, which confirmed that Roman Abramovich doesn't have the right to sell the stake in Norilsk Nickel, is positive for the Company's shares value. In my view this fact means that shareholder agreement and dividend policy will remain unchanged at least till December 2022 and Norilsk Nickel will continue to be one of the most attractive dividend stories in the industry.

Laura S. Dixon On my opinion the main risk for Norilsk Nickel is that it might be under new sanctions from the USA OFAC. It seems that it might be after that fact that Mr. Deripaska refused to abby the priority plan to move out from sunction list 

In spite of Norilsk Nickel's improving earnings and cash generation profile, I expect reduction in Company's dividend payouts, due to significant CAPEX program planned for the midterm. Also I think that uncertainty surrounding the currently ongoing major shareholders' conflict and a potential 'Shoot Out', as well as related corporate governance risks would continue to pressure share price performance. Therefore I have negative outlook for the Norilsk Nickel's shares.


I have positive outlook for the Norilsk Nickel's shares, due to the Company's status of the world's largest producer of nickel and palladium, continued recovery in metal prices (nickel, copper, PGM), , as well as Norilsk Nickel's negative nickel unit costs and the world's lowest cost nickel production. That's why I strongly recommend to buy the Company's shares.