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  • Mongolia welcomes 3 millionth citizen
    Thursday, 29 January 2015
    -28012015-1422412820-1393892115-154953-28012015-1422412098-92500752-huuhed21.jpg(Jan 29, 2015) 3 millionth citizen of Mongolia was born four days ago. National Statistics Office just hold press conference on this event today at 11AM at the Government Building. 12:09 PM (Ulaanbaatar) The official ceremony to celebrate the 3 millionth citizen has started on this bright day. First baby girl to father E.Khatanbold and mother G.Azzaya, natives of Dalanzadgad soum, Umnugobi aimag has been announced as the 3 millionth citizen of Mongolia. Baby girl was born on January 24th at 08:27AM and resgistered 73th birth of that day. G.Shiilegdamba, Minister of Health and Sports, reported that both baby and mother are in good health. Baby girl is 3.5 kg and 50 cm.

  • Sumitomo is in charge of the main sales therefore is to invest majority
    Wednesday, 28 January 2015
    (Jan 28, 2015) m.enkhsaikhan.jpgTavantolgoi Investors have been announced on January 5th and consortium of Sumitomo Japan, Shenhua China and Energy Resources Mongolia have won the bids, followed by the series of negotiations. First phase of which have focused on current situation, financials and Gashuunsukhait railroad. Parties have reached the mutual understanding. Minister of State M.Enkhsaikhan have reported on the negotiation progress and announced that this week two major meetings are to be conducted involving the extended working groups. 

  • Rio offers to drop $2bn royalty in bid to solve Mongolian standoff
    Tuesday, 27 January 2015
    (Jan 27, 2015) ot_project.jpgRIO Tinto has offered to abandon a $US1.6 billion ($2bn) royalty it would get from the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine in a bid to end a standoff with the Mongolian government over development of a stalled $US5bn underground expansion needed to unlock most of the deposit’s value. But Rio has not heard back from the government on the ­October offer, with a new negotiating team understood not to have been finalised in the wake of a November change of prime minister. In fragments of the offer recently posted by the owner of a Mongolian Twitter account, Rio claims the government will be entitled to more than half the cash flow from the project under the proposed deal. The Australian has verified the document is genuine.

  • Centerra Gold Announces That the Strategic Designation by the Mongolian Parliament Paves the Way for the Gatsuurt Project's Development
    Monday, 26 January 2015
    centerra_gold_logo.png(Jan 23, 2015) - Centerra Gold Inc. (TSX: CG) announced today that its Gatsuurt Project, which is located approximately 35 kilometres from the Company's Boroo Mine in Mongolia, has been designated as a mineral deposit of strategic importance by the Mongolian Parliament. This designation allows the Gatsuurt Project to move forward within the application of the Water and Forest Law and also allows Mongolia to acquire up to a 34% interest in the Project. The Company is continuing its discussions with the Mongolian Government relating to the development of the Project as well as the level of Mongolian state ownership. Further development of the Project will be subject to, among other things, receiving Parliamentary approval of the Mongolia's state ownership as well as all required approvals and regulatory commissioning from the Mongolian Government.

  • Tax investigation case against former management of South Gobi Sands postponed to January 28
    Friday, 23 January 2015
    154536-22012015-1421902072-1582201899-south1.jpgThe tax investigation case against former management of South Gobi Sands, which is being investigated at the 2nd stage primary court of the District Criminal Court, has been postponed until January 28, 2015. The former employees of South Gobi Sands are accused of tax evasion and money laundering and the possible refusal to pay 35 billion MNT in taxes. The state prosecutor asked to involve experts and defendants as witnesses. Defendant Justin Kapla has asked to increase the number of translators in court. The judges will discuss these requests and have decided to postpone the court date until January 28. 

  • Four key themes for Mongolias future by President Ts.Elbegdorj
    Thursday, 22 January 2015

    president_elbegdorj_tsakhia.jpgThe history of my country, Mongolia, has been similar to our terrain – highs as monumental as our mountains, and flatter periods not too different from our rolling plateaus. This is what one would expect from a country with such a long and rich past. But today I can say that we are ready to scale new heights. Armed with the recommendations from the Forum’s Scenarios for Mongolia project, we have been carrying out bold reforms. So what are they? I would loosely divide them into four areas: stability, transparency, collaboration and diversification.

    Thursday, 22 January 2015

    bdsec_logo.jpgThe annual general meeting of BDSec JSC will be held on 26th of March, 2015 at 10:00am at the meeting hall of the BDSec JSC headquarter.

    Address: BDSec Joint Stock Company 27/1, Zaluuchuud avenue, Sukhbaatar District, Ulaanbaatar City, Mongolia. Office: (976) 11323411

  • Zeman and Mongolian president discuss economic cooperation
    Wednesday, 21 January 2015

    1421663522_p201501190327001.jpgCzech President Milos Zeman and his Mongolian counterpart Tsakhia Elbegdorj discussed today promotion of their countries´ economic cooperation, Zeman told journalists adding that he handed Elbegdorj a list of 40 firms interested in investing in Mongolia. Zeman said Czech firms could mainly participate in the construction of railways and energy projects and in the mining of raw materials. Elbegdorj invited Zeman to a visit to Mongolia. Zeman said the date will be set through diplomatic channels. He said he will take along a delegation of businesspeople as usual. Zeman said Elbegdorj promised to include cooperation with Czech businesspeople in his country´s prepared action economic plan. "Mongolia´s state guarantee for the Czech investments would be an advantage," Zeman said.

  • Turquoise Hill Announces Fourth Quarter 2014 Production
    Tuesday, 20 January 2015
    trq.jpgTurquoise Hill Resources (NYSE: TRQ) (NASDAQ: TRQ) (TSX: TRQ) Today Announced the Fourth Quarter 2014 Production for Oyu Tolgoi. Production for Q4'14 was 50,300 tonnes of copper and 278,000 ounces of gold in concentrates. Higher ore grades during the quarter led to increased metal production over prior quarters, which was partially offset by reduced processing rates as a result of the December concentrator fire. Repairs from the fire were completed on January 2, 2015 and the concentrator has returned to full production.

  • Authority of Mineral Resources to grant an exploration license for 20% of total territory of Mongolia
    Friday, 16 January 2015
    (Jan 16, 2015) 8359c7e5b8137a57big.jpgAuthority of Mineral Resources announces to accept paper-requests for exploration licenses starting from January 26, 2015. According to statement, exploration licenses will be allocated to 19.9% of total territory of Mongolia or 31 million hectares, of which 13.4% or 20.9 million ha will be issued by accepting applications and the rest of 6.5% or 10.1 million ha will be issued under selection. Applications for licenses will be received and dealt with “One Window” service and order numbers will be given online.

  • Bank of Mongolia raises its policy rate
    Thursday, 15 January 2015
    (Jan 15, 2015) bankofmongolia_400.pngBank of Mongolia announced that it raised its policy rate by 1.0 percentage point to 13 percent on Wednesday. The monetary policy committee of Bank of Mongolia held a meeting on Wednesday and reached the decision above with majority votes in a poll. All 14 members of the committee and President of the Bank of Mongolia agreed on the decision to raise its policy rate. The monetary policy committee raised its policy rate by 1.5 percentage points to 12.0 percent in July 2014.

  • Financial Regulatory Commission receives financial sector representatives
    Wednesday, 14 January 2015
    (Jan 14, 2015) szh4.jpgNewly appointed director of the Financial Regulatory Commission (FRC) Ms Z.Narantuya received Tuesday the representatives of professional unions for an open discussion. Representatives of the Mongolian Association of Securities Dealers, the Union of Agricultural Exchange Brokers, the Union of Mongolian Non-Banking Financial Institutions and the Union of Mongolian Insurance Procurers met the FRC director and discussed about the sector’s legal and market environments, obstacles faced by businessmen and entrepreneurs imposed by state actions, and about the future trends of the financial sector of Mongolia.

  • National organizing committee on ASEM to have its first meeting
    Tuesday, 13 January 2015
    ad9681850368f88c93a4e78fff514af9big.jpgMongolia will host the 11th Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Ulaanbaatar in 2016. The country has planned 5 billion MNT for the organization of this event, and the ASEM standing committee has allocated 2.5 billion MNT for variable expenses and the remaining 2.5 billion MNT for investment in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs budget. The national organizing committee on ASEM is having its first official meeting today to make a breakdown of the current budget planned for the event.

  • PM to visit Japan next month
    Monday, 12 January 2015
    pm_saikhanbileg.jpgPrime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg plans to make an official visit to Japan in February. During the PM's visit to Japan, the economic partnership agreement (EPA) between Mongolia and Japan is expected to be finalized. The first draft of the economic partnership agreement between Mongolia and Japan was built during former PM S.Batbold's visit to Japan in 2012.

  • 'The government will not take out commercial loans anymore'
    Saturday, 10 January 2015
    ae.jpgOn January 8th, Parliament Plenary session held initial discussion on draft bills on Budget 2015 Adjustment, amendments on Human Development Fund Budget 2015 bill and amendments on Social Welfare Fund Budget 2015 bill. In the morning MPs were questioning PM and cabinet members. Since the debt-ceiling was the main subject of controversy, Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg said, “If we don’t want to raise our debt ceiling, we will move to another aid program and increase our debt in other ways. All decisions have a trade-off. The government cut the budget amendment by 900 billion MNT. If the Parliament thinks that further cuts are possible, there will be no objections. The government will not take out any more commercial loans. But there is no guarantee that the private sector will be investing. There are only two choices: whether to do nothing and increase the debt-ceiling, or do something and lower it.”

  • President meets with the nation's business leaders
    Friday, 09 January 2015
    bfee5b53582f86bce6f18c31a2fdaa4agreat.jpgPresident of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj held a meeting with the Mongolian business people and manufacturers on January 8, 2015, at 03:00 pm at the Soyombo Hall of the Best Western Tuushin Hotel. The meeting continued for three hours. In the scope of one of the goals of the President’s Policy and Action Plan, which says: “To replace the import products and support domestic production, service and exports of value-added processed goods”, a draft law on Supporting the Domestic Production and Manufacturers was initiated. At the meeting, President Elbegdorj discussed and exchanged views on the draft law with the representatives of the domestic manufacturers.

  • Government Debt at 55% is violation of law
    Thursday, 08 January 2015
    asdfasdf.jpgMPP group at State Great Khural made official announcement on the Budget 2015 Law discussions. Although Government for Solution submitted the draft on Budget 2015 Law, there are apparently many issues that DP and MPP have differing stances. MPP was against rasing the debt ceiling that was first things proposed by the Government for Solution. PM Ch,Saikhanbileg had drafted the change in debt ceiling to be raised to 70% of the GDP. MPP announced today that they are not supporting such proposal at all. In 2013 Mongolian GDP was MNT 19,1 trillion, implying that the government debt is around MNT 10 trillion.

  • Sharyn Gol JSC to commission coal-washing plant
    Wednesday, 07 January 2015
    sharyn_gol_logo.jpg“Sharyn Gol” JSC intends to commission a 600 thousand TPA (tons per year) coal-washing plant within the first quarter of 2015, the “Today” newspaper reported Tuesday. This plant has been built on the funding of six billion USD loan provided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the equipment procurement has been executed by Parnaby Cyclones International Co.Ltd. of the UK.

  • EBRD provides tugrik loan worth EUR 10 million to Mongolian car dealer
    Tuesday, 06 January 2015
    13952420215481.jpg The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is continuing to develop local currency financing in Mongolia by providing a loan in tugrik to a Toyota car dealer, Tavan Bogd LLC. The company is part of Tavan Bogd Group, a long-standing EBRD client with interests in fast-moving consumer goods, cashmere manufacturing, financial services and trade. The EBRD loan of 23.4 billion tugrik (€10 million equivalent) will help the company finance the construction of a state-of-the-art Toyota repair and maintenance centre, expand its new car distribution and sales business, and improve energy efficiency.

  • President's New Year address to Mongolians
    Monday, 05 January 2015

    2a51b289ee1f45ea75f592de255f2ad4_xl.jpgThe President of Mongolia Ts.Elbegdorj greeted Mongolians on the New Year from the “Erdenet” Mining Corporation, Erdenet city. The President’s greeting was published on the website of the Mongolian President. My fellow citizens, I am glad to extend New Year’s greetings from the Erdenet city, where I started working 33 years ago. Erdenet mine is a symbol of our eternal friendship and a wonderful creation that inspires our people's creation. It is time for us to create. In the last few years, a number of factories have been opened in Mongolia, accelerating the creation. For instance, construction material manufacturers, iron processing plants, food production companies and other key factories are complete and ready for commissioning. Creation in our country is arising against the economic setback.

Daily Market Update
  • APU traded intraday low at MNT 3,500
    stockgraph.png(Jan 28, 2015) MSE stocks fell -0.70% on Wednesday, as 10 shares drop and 4 shares advance. APU (APU) was the most actively traded stock today. The stock registered an intraday range of MNT 3,500 and MNT 3,700 and closed at MNT 3,700. Mogoin Gol, Shivee Ovoo, and Suu shares lost more than 11%, but only single share from each one was traded. Turnover for the day was MNT 17.2 million. MSE announced its government retail bond terms for next Tuesday. 52-week bonds with a face value of MNT 100,000 have interest rate of 16.125% and there will be monthly coupons.

  • US$ 10.5 million worth of government retail bonds traded on Tuesday
    stockgraph.png(Jan 27, 2015) On Tuesday MNT 20.3 billion or US$ 10.5 million worth of government retail bonds were traded on the Mongolian Stock Exchange. The 12-week bonds had 14.840% yield. The MSE Top 20 index edged lower -0.04% to close the session at 14,416.40. Gutal GTL) and Remicon (RMC) jumped +14.5% and +8.9%, respectively. Makh Impex added +0.5% to MNT 3,350 ending its 7-day trading in the red.

  • Gutal (GTL) gains 1.2%
    (Jan 26, 2015) stockgraph.pngTrading volumes were light at MNT 9.5 million on Monday. Gutal (GTL) was the most actively traded stock. GTL gained +1.2% to close at MNT 9,610. The 52-week high of the counter is 12,650 and the 52-week low is 9,500. The 52-week high is approximately 31.6% above the current valuation. The MSE Top 20 index inched up +0.01% to 14,422.71 points. Makh Impex (MMX) lowered -0.48% to end the session at MNT 3,334.

  • 4.1% of Khukh Gan (HGN) exchanged hands
    stockchart.jpg.png(Jan 23, 2015) On Friday, MNT 555.2 million (~US$ 286K) worth of stocks traded on the Mongolian Stock Exchange. 4.2 million shares of Khukh Gan (HGN) worth of MNT 480.9 million or 4.1% of the company were exchanged hands at a price of MNT 115 per share as a block. Concrete producer Remicon (RMC) recovered from its 5-year low to MNT 90.94, up 1.04%.

  • Makh Impex (MMX) to export meat to Russia
    stockchart.jpg.png(Jan 22, 2015) The MSE Top 20 index dropped -0.45% to 14,389.27 points as 7 companies fell, 3 companies fell and 7 companies remained same on Thursday’s trading session. Makh Impex (MMX), lost -4.2% to close at MNT 3,350, its lowest price since October 2014. The Ministry for Food and Agriculture yesterday granted meat export quotes to several companies including Makh Impex. The 8 selected companies got total export quotes for 4,051 tonnes. Food Security Council approved 64,400 tonnes of meat export and 2,000 tonnes of meat import for the year 2015. Mongolia exported 26 thousand tonnes of meat annually at maximum.

  • Merex (MRX) hits its lowest price since IPO
    (Jan 21, 2015) stockchart.jpg.pngThe benchmark index recovered from its 52-week low on Wednesday. The MSE Top 20 added 0.19% to 14,454.53 points.  Merex (MRX), a concrete producer which went public in April 2014, lost -2.8% to close at MNT 85.5, its lowest closing price since its IPO. E-Trans Logistics (ETR) also dropped -6.6% to MNT 88.75, getting closer to its all-time low of MNT 88.0. Government bond terms are announced for the next Tuesday. 491,091 12-week bonds with 14.84% yield are offered.

  • MSE Top 20 index hit a new 52-week low on Tuesday
    stockchart.jpg.png(Jan 20, 2015) The MSE Top 20 index hit a new 52-week low on Tuesday. The index dropped -1.21% to 14,426.63 points as 9 stocks fell whereas 4 companies advanced. Tavantolgoi (TTL), the second largest company by market value on the MSE, lost -4.7% to close at MNT 4,100. The company’s record day for the upcoming AGM passed last week. TTL’s AGM will be held on this Friday in South Gobi province. Mongol Nekhmel (MNH) gave up -2.4% to close at MNT 4,000. MNH is trading at 7.83 times its trailing earnings. Turnover for Tuesday was MNT 317 million including government bond trading.

  • Gobi's sales up 38% in the first 11 months of 2014
    stockchart.jpg.png(Jan 19, 2015) The MSE Top 20 index finished the Monday session at 14,603.99 points, down -0.03% from the previous session. Ulaanbaatar Carpet (UBH) jumped +13.7% to MNT 14,100, recovering from its 9-month low. Gobi Cashmere (GOV) lost -0.47% to close at MNT 7,365. Deputy CEO of Gobi told in his recent interview that the company’s sales revenue is up 38% as of November on year-over-year basis. Gobi is trading at 8.09 times trailing earnings.

  • 28-week government bonds offer 15.292% yeild
    (Jan 16, 2015) stockchart.jpg.pngStocks edged lower on Friday. The benchmark index came down -0.02% to 14,608.25 points. Mongol Makh Impex (DLG) fell -12.3% after -14.1% drop yesterday. Government bonds for the next Tuesday trading were announced to be 28-week with 15.292% yield. Turnover for Friday was low at MNT 10.8 million.

  • Tavantolgoi's (TTL) AGM to be held on Jan 23
    stockchart.jpg(Jan 15, 2015) The MSE Top 20 index fell -0.74% on Thursday as only one company finished the session in green. Baganuur (BAN), Remicon (RMC), and Khukh Gan (HGN) lost more than 4 percent. Tavantolgoi (TTL) announced its Annual General Meeting to be on January 23. The record date for the AGM is January 18. The AGM agenda includes raising dividend payout ratio. Last year the company announced dividend of MNT 766 per share, representing 65.0% payout.

  • Concrete manufacturer Remicon (RMC) is trading at 4-year low
    (Jan 14, 2015) stockgraph.pngThe MSE Top 20 index edged up +0.06% on Wednesday to end the session at 14,720.85 points. Bread and bakery maker Talkh Chikher (TCK) advanced +2.7% to close at MNT 19,000 to hit its 1-month high. Tavantolgoi (TTL) climbed +1.2% to MNT 4,350, after jumping +7.0% yesterday. Concrete manufacturer Remicon (RMC) dropped -2.2% to close at MNT 93.86, its lowest closing price in 4 years.

  • MNT 13.0 bn (~US$ 6.7 mn) worth of government bonds and MNT 10.9 mn worth of stocks were traded on Tuesday
    (Jan 13, 2015) stockgraph.pngOn Tuesday, MNT 13.0 billion (~US$ 6.7 million) worth of government bonds and MNT 10.9 million worth of stocks were traded on the Mongolian Stock Exchange. The MSE Top 20 index jumped +1.48% today as MSE large-cap-companies such as APU (+1.35%) and Tavantolgoi (+6.97%) advanced. Mongol Savkhi (UYN) soared +10.4% to close at MNT 4,300.

  • Flour Producer GTJ slumps 13.4%
    stockgraph.png(Jan 12, 2015) MSE stocks had mixed results on Monday. The MSE Top 20 index fell -0.10% to 14,497.93 points whereas MSE All index edged higher +0.04% to 987.28 points. Flour producer in Bulgan province, Bulgan Guril Tejeel (GTJ) slumped -13.4% to close at MNT 3,100, its lowest closing price in 14 months. GTJ’s market value stands at MNT 1.8 billion or little less than USD 1 million. The Beren Group’s subsidiary reported tiny sales and earnings for 2014Q2. Sales revenue and earnings were only MNT 16.5 million and 0.9 million, respectively.

  • Secondary market trading for government securities to commence on Jan 19
    stockgraph.png(Jan 09, 2015) Indices fell on Friday amid low turnover. MSE Top 20 and MSE All indices dropped -0.69% and -0.18% respectively. Mongol Savkhi (UYN) led decliners with -9.5% drop for the day, followed by Aduunchuluun (-6.5%), and Mongol Shevro (-6.0%). Material Impex (MIE) lost -3.2% to close at MNT 14,430 to hit its 6-month low price. Mongolian Stock Exchange reported total government trading worth of MNT 36.1 billion (~USD 20 million) since the trade started on the MSE on November 4, 2014. They have announced that the secondary market trading for government securities will commence on January 19, 2015.

  • Hermes (HRM) most actively traded
    stockgraph.png(Jan 08, 2015) Hermes (HRM), which rents commercial booths for construction material sellers in Ulaanbaatar, was MSE’s most actively traded stock, with more than 46,000 shares exchanged hands at a price of MNT 160. The MSE Top 20 index for the second day moved up +0.06%, whereas MSE All index inched higher +0.02% to 989.08 points. Bayangol (BNG) bounced back to MNT 58,000, up +5.5% from previous close.

  • 12-week government bond with 14.69% yield will be traded on the MSE next Tuesday
    asdfasdf.png(Jan 07, 2015) Mongolian stocks edged higher after 2-day decline. MSE Top 20 index added +0.06% to 14,624.96 points. Mongol Savkhi (UYN) advanced +5.0% to close at MNT 1,050. Tavantolgoi (TTL) recovered +1.2% to MNT 4,200.  State Department Store (UID) retreated -3.5% to sit at MNT 550. MSE announced terms for the government bond for the next Tuesday trading. On January 13, 12-week government bond with 14.69% yield will be traded on the MSE.

  • Baganuur is trading its lowest since Sep 2009
    asdfadfa.png(Jan 06, 2015) The MSE Top 20 index ended the day at 14,616.43, down -1.01%, while the MSE All index dropped -0.11% to 988.86 points. Material Impex (MIE), Baganuur (BAN), and Merex (MRX) lost more than 6 percent. BAN was traded at as low as MNT 2,700 to hit its lowest closing price since September 2009. Hermes (HRM), Bayangol Hotel (BNG) and Tavantolgoi (TTL) gave up more than 5.5 percent for the day. On the other side, Naco Fuel (NKT) jumped +13.6% to close at MNT 318. Transportation company Tav (TAV) advanced +8.3% to sit at MNT 32,500, its highest closing price since last April.

  • Turnover for Monday was MNT 68.5 million
    adfaf.jpg(Jan 05, 2015) Stocks closed lower at MSE on the first day of 2015. The MSE Top 20 index dropped 88.19 points or -0.59% to 14,766.05 points. MSE All Index, which went live this year, added +2.20 points or +0.22% to 989.93 points. Suu (SUU), the largest milk producer of the country, fell -15.0% to MNT 102,000 on a single share. The stock doesn’t trade regularly as the share concentration is ~94%.

  • Mongolian shares advance for 4th day in a row
    adl_chart.jpg(June 30, 2014) Mongolian shares advanced for the fourth day in a row. The MSE Top 20 index added +0.59% to end the session at 15,488.80. Out of 20 companies traded on the exchange, 14 stocks gained, 2 fell, and 4 remained same.

  • Mongolian Mining Corporation and Risun to Jointly Market and Sell Coal Products in China
    suu_chart.jpg(June 27, 2014) MSE stocks ended the week in green with 3-day advance. The benchmark index closed +0.46% higher at 15,398.32 points. Five stocks rose for every two stocks that fell on the bourse. Suu (SUU) was the most actively traded stock with MNT 29.9 million worth of shares exchanged hands.

  • BDSec WEEKLY - 15th week
    (Apr. 8th - Apr. 12th) MSE Top 20 index lost 0.26% to 15,017.8 points whilst BDS index went down to 0.74% to 3,133.1 points. Despite the fact that companies reported strong financials in 2012 which have started being announced to the public at their annual general meetings this month, both indexes have been losing value for 12 weeks in a row, reaching its 27-months low value.

  • BDSec WEEKLY - 8th week
    (Feb 18th - 22th) MSE listed companies started announcing their year-end financials: net profit of most actively traded companies has grown by 42.1% in 2012 and sales revenue of those companies went up by 25% in the same year

  • BDSec WEEKLY - 6th week
    (Feb 4th – Feb 8th) Market closed at lower value on the verge of Lunar New Year: MSE TOP20 index went down by 0.3% to 17,627.3 points whilst BDS index dropped by 2.0% to 3,767.0 points.

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