Norilsk Nickel, PJSC
Nornickel is the leader of the mining and metals industry in Russia, one of the world's largest producers of nickel and palladium. The company was founded in 1989. The headquarters is in Moscow. Norilsk Nickel unites two main production sites located on the Taymyr Peninsula (in Norilsk, Talnakh, Kayerkan and Dudinka – the Polar Division), and the Kola Peninsula (in Monchegorsk, Zapolyarny, Nikel), as well as auxiliary enterprises in different regions of Russia, Australia, Botswana , Finland and South Africa.
Norilsk Nickel is No. 1 in the world for the production of palladium (40% of the market), No. 2 in the world for nickel production (12% of the market), No. 4 for platinum production (11% of the market) and rhodium, No. 5 for cobalt production. The company is a leading copper producer, and also produces gold, silver, iridium, selenium, ruthenium and tellurium.
The company's share in the GDP of the Russian Federation is 1.9%, 2.4% of Russia's exports come from Norilsk Nickel.
Three of the international rating agencies Fitch, Moody's and S&P Global awarded the PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel investment rating.
In 2016, the proceeds of the corporation on official reports amounted to 8.25 billion dollars, with a net profit of 2.53 billion dollars. Norilsk Nickel regularly pays dividends to investors and is one of the most stable Russian corporations.
Its strong advantage is the high world market share of the main products and absolute leadership in the domestic Russian market.
The shares of Norilsk Nickel are traded on the Moscow stock exchange MMV-RTS, in Frankfurt and London. In 2010-2017, the average value of shares amounted to 7,356 RUB. The minimum value of one share in this period was 12,247 RUB. The maximum was 4,063 RUB.