Yandex NV - Class A (YNDX) gains 1.79% for July 21

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Yandex NV - Class A (NASDAQ: YNDX) shares gained 1.79%, or $1.23 per share, to close Wednesday at $69.80. After opening the day at $68.74, shares of Yandex NV fluctuated between $69.83 and $68.48. 538,404 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 809,070. Wednesday's activity brought Yandex NV’s market cap to $22,831,580,000.

Yandex NV is headquartered in Schiphol, Noord Holland, and employs more than 10,227 people.

About Yandex NV - Class A

Yandex is a technology company that builds intelligent products and services powered by machine learning. Our goal is to help consumers and businesses better navigate the online and offline world. Since 1997, we have delivered world-class, locally relevant search and information services. Additionally, we have developed market-leading on-demand transportation services, navigation products and other mobile applications for millions of consumers across the globe. Yandex, which has 33 offices worldwide, has been listed on the NASDAQ since 2011.

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