ST PETERSBURG, Russia, July 2 Around 40 percent
of the investors who bought central bank shares in the Moscow
exchange came from Russia, 33 pct from Europe, 15 pct
from Asia and 10 pct from the United States, a bank official
said on Wednesday.
The central bank's first deputy governor, Sergei Shvetsov,
also told reporters on the sidelines of a central bank
conference in St Petersburg that the share offer was
oversubscribed, showing investor interest in Russian markets.
(Reporting by Lidia Kelly, writing by Jason Bush, editing by