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Number Of Retail Investors At Moscow Exchange Exceeded 11 Mln In March
Moscow Exchange's March Trading Volume At RUB 90.4 Trln, Down 8.5% Y/Y
Moskovskaya Birzha MMVB-RTS PAO (MMVB-RTS OAO) is a Russia-based integrated stock exchange that provides electronic trade organization, clearing and settlements on trades, depository and information services. The Company provides trading and settlement services in such segments of the financial market as foreign exchange (FX) market, federal bonds market, market of derivative financial instruments, cash equities market, corporate and regional fixed income market, commodities market, as well as market for state and municipal orders. The Company was established as a result of the merger between MMVB ZAO and RTS OAO. It operates through six branches and three representative offices. As of February 27, 2013, the Company’s major shareholder was the Central bank of the Russian Federation with a stake of 22.47%. In January 24, 2014, the Company sold its whole stake in MMVB-IT ZAO.
Bol'shoy Kislovskiy pereulok, dom 13
Oleg Vyacheslavovich Vyugin
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Yury Olegovich Denisov
Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, Member of the Supervisory Board
Andrey Fedorovich Golikov
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Maksim Vyacheslavovich Lapin
Member of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer
Dmitry Viktorovich Shcheglov
Member of the Management Board, Chief Operating Officer
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Russia is on track to attract a record number of retail investors in 2021 despite an anticipated rise in interest rates, the head of the National Association of Stock Market Participants (NAUFOR) lobby group said.
Russia's central bank said on Wednesday it had ordered brokers to block the accounts of more than 60 private investors it suspected of coordinating in a Telegram channel to try to raise the share price of an electric utilities firm.
The Moscow Exchange, saw a record inflow of 883,400 new private investors in February, taking the overall number of individuals with brokerage accounts to 10.3 million, Russia's largest bourse said on Thursday.
The Russian rouble firmed on Monday, pricing in rising oil prices and appetite for riskier assets, as the Moscow Exchange opened three hours earlier than previously in a move to capture more Asian investors.
The Russian rouble firmed on Monday, pricing in rising oil prices, as the Moscow Exchange opened three hours earlier than previously in a move to capture more Asian investors.
The Moscow Exchange aims to attract Asian investors with extended trading hours, while also betting on an increase in retail clients and corporate listings, an official at Russia's largest bourse told Reuters in an interview.
* Plans to add Asian stocks, launch derivatives, bond trading
Russia is ready to amend legislation to encourage an influx of foreign investors to its stock exchanges, Anatoly Aksakov, head of the financial committee in the lower house of parliament, said on Wednesday.
* Exports of barley, corn will be subject to the tax too (Writes through to add latest comment from the economy minister)
Russian brokerages should primarily offer Russian stocks to retail clients to make their money work for the economy at home rather than being invested in companies abroad, Sergei Shvetsov, the central bank's first deputy chairman, said on Tuesday.
The Moscow Exchange said on Friday it would offer access to shares and depositary receipts from an additional 20 international companies on Nov. 2, part of a wider drive to expand its foreign share offering.
* 3-5 new names mull listing on Moscow Exchange in coming quarters
The Moscow Exchange banks on the growing number of retail investors at home when foreign investors cut their exposure to Russia, and stands ready to host more listings in the near future, the bourse's chief executive told Reuters.
The Moscow Exchange will launch trading of the 19 most liquid shares from the U.S. S&P 500 index on Aug. 24, the bourse said on Monday.
The Moscow Exchange, Russia's largest bourse, said on Friday it will start trading foreign currency and derivatives three hours earlier in the first quarter of 2021 and extend its hours of operation.
Russian lawmakers on Tuesday supported a plan by the central bank to create a regulatory regime for a growing number of retail investors, allowing them to continue investing in foreign shares.
The Moscow Exchange will launch trading of the 20 most liquid shares from the U.S. S&P 500 index on Aug. 17, the bourse's spokesman said on Friday.
The Moscow Exchange, facing a lawsuit from private investors who suffered losses when oil futures turned negative in April, will allow for negative prices on some derivative instruments from July 6, the bourse said on Tuesday.
The Moscow Exchange said it will offer access to shares from the U.S. S&P 500 index in the coming months in a break-through for its long-awaited project, which was slowed by Western sanctions.
A group of 23 private investors have filed a lawsuit against the Moscow Exchange for around 40 million roubles over the bourse's decision to suspend trading when crude oil futures turned negative in April, law firm Milton Legal said on Friday.
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