Bank Vozrozhdenie, a Russian lender, advanced the most in more than a month after posting a jump in first-quarter profit.
Bank Vozrozhdenie gained 3.3 percent to 478.90 rubles, the most since April 11.
Net income grew 66 percent to 526 million rubles ($17 million) from a year earlier, in line with the average analyst estimate. Operating income rose 39 percent to 3.04 billion rubles from a year ago, according to a statement on the company’s website.
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