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Opening of joint trading by Russia's united MICEX-RTS exchange
 
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(19 Dec 2011) 1. Mid shot of Alexander Voloshin (left of screen), former Kremlin Chief of Staff, now leading a working group on setting up an international financial centre in Russia, and Dmitry Pankin (right of screen), head of the Federal Financial Market Service, listening to countdown and ringing a symbolic bell at the opening ceremony of Moscow's joint stock exchange as trading started 2. Wide of opening ceremony with confetti flying 3. Close up of ruble-denominated MICEX stock exchange and dollar-denominated RTS stock exchange sign 4. Wide of opening session, confetti on floor 5. Mid shot journalists and traders at the opening session 6. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Sergei Shvetsov, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Central Bank: "We should make the Russian market convenient for equity issuers and create technologies that will make investment easy and convenient for the domestic investor. In this sense, the exchange should become a centre of self-regulation and involvement in the establishment of financial markets." 7. Mid of journalists and traders 8. Close up of computer monitor 9. Wide of opening ceremony STORYLINE: Russia's two main stock exchanges completed their official merger on Monday, hoping to increase transparency and liquidity and attract foreign listings. Although the ruble-denominated MICEX and the dollar-denominated RTS combined their businesses, stocks continue to be listed in both currencies, and the two indexes keep trading separately. The merger is part of the Russian government's plan to encourage Russian and foreign equity issuers to IPO their companies in Moscow, rather than London or other global financial centres. "We should make the Russian market convenient for equity issuers and create technologies that will make investment easy and convenient for the domestic investor," Sergei Shvetsov, deputy chairman of the Russian Central Bank, said at the merger ceremony. This is the first step that Russian authorities have undertaken to make Russia's financial markets more investor-friendly. Russia is also about to open a central securities depositary which will allow foreign funds to own their own shares directly, which will open the market to a larger pool of foreign investors. Officials have also announced plans to allow Russian companies to float 100 percent of their stocks abroad - up from the 25 percent allowed now. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e8118c31c88b4c815e1987f11aa6e145 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia's two leading exchange floors briefly suspend trading, Citibank
 
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1. Wide of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) exterior 2. Mid of MICEX logo and clocks on the wall in the trading hall 3. Mid pan of traders behind a glass wall 4. Wide of trading hall 5. Wide of Russian Trade System (RTS) exterior 6. Close up of screen showing market data 7. Wide of Citibank exterior 8. Close up of sign 9. Wide of Alfa Bank traders 10. Mid of trader 11. Set up of Ronald Smith, Alfa-Bank chief strategist 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Ronald Smith, chief strategist, Alfa-Bank: "This is just due to whole.. not just a single case. All Russian steel companies and electricity companies are now announcing cuts, oil and gas companies are." 13. Wide of people entering Citibank 14. Mid of Citibank logo behind a glass door tilt down to woman at cash machine 15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Lyubov Viktorovna (50), Moscow resident: "We are afraid (that something happens to our bank deposit), to tell the truth. Because in our country everything is possible. Today the president can announce that he guarantees our bank deposits and tomorrow we'll have a crisis." 16. Wide of people walking 17. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Mikhail (23), Moscow resident: "To be honest I don't trust (Russian banks) very much. Even the best bank can turn bankrupt, so sooner or later... it's only a question of time." 18. Wide of street STORYLINE: Russia's two leading exchange floors, the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) and the Russian Trade System (RTS) suspended trading for an hour on Tuesday, as share prices fell more than five per cent from Monday's closing levels. The sharp drop came a day after global financial firms announced another round of massive layoffs, adding to gloom about the world economy. Citigroup Inc. said it would be making nearly 53-thousand layoffs in the coming quarters amid massive losses from deteriorating debt tied to bad mortgages. HSBC Holdings PLC, Europe's largest bank by market value, said it plans to cut 500 jobs in Asia due to the global economic slump. News of the layoffs also triggered falls on Asian markets on Tuesday. The Moscow office of Citibank refused to comment whether mass job cuts would affect its branch. Alfa-Bank chief strategist Ronald Smith said Citibank is not the only organisation looking to shrink its workforce. He said Russian companies in the steel, electricity, oil and gas sectors are also announcing cuts. Meanwhile, as the global financial crisis worsens, many Russians are frightened that their bank deposits are not safe. Some people say they don't trust the government guarantees on their savings. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/53948bf2477c8116a0fedce57292cf93 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Frankfurt stock exchange opens ADDS opening of MICEX exchanges
 
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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia 1. Interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) trading floor 2. Traders 3. Television screen 4. Trader at desk 5. Wall mounted with clocks showing different time zones 6. Set up shot of public relations director of the MICEX, Alexei Gerasyuk 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Gerasyuk, Public Relations Director of MICEX: "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now. After that we will have some negotiations with the Federal Service for Financial Markets, and I hope soon, maybe not today, maybe tomorrow, maybe on Monday, we will start our main regime of the trades." 8. Moscow street 9. Currency exchange office sign, people walking by 10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Anna, Moscow resident: "First of all I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default. And it has already had an effect, I know what is happening on our stock market now. I have some savings in the bank and I am worried. I have to decide today whether to take them out or not." 11. Wide of street 12. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Nikolay, Moscow resident: "The economy is not developing. We had an incredible 'carte blanche' - the high oil price. But the economy was not developing. We've become hooked on oil, like it's a drug. Until we learn to do something ourselves and cure our oil addiction, we will keep having these crises." Frankfurt, Germany 14. Wide interior of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 15. Various of traders by computers 16. Trading board 17. SOUNDBITE: (German) Oliver Roth, Director Equities Trading, Close Brothers Seydler AG: "To me that is a normal procedure. The problem lies in the fact that at the moment the banks do not trust each other and are also not prepared to lend each other money and therefore the ECB (European Central Bank) steps in. In such phases of the world economy certainly a completely normal process for the ECB to help the banks a little more often and with a little bit more liquidity." 18. Traders 19. Wide of trading board STORYLINE Trading on Russian exchanges will not fully resume until Friday, as the government tried to stem a steep fall in share prices and restore confidence in the economy. ITAR-Tass and Interfax quoted Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin also as saying that Russia's three largest banks will be getting an extra 60 (b) billion rubles (2.36 billion US dollars) to help bolster the financial markets. The move comes a day after financial regulators halted trading on Russia's MICEX and RTS exchanges as Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest point in nearly three years. MICEX opened for limited trading on Thursday, but RTS remained closed. In a statement, MICEX officials called the situation in Russian markets "extraordinary." Alexei Gerasyuk, the Public Relations Director of MICEX, said that the main problem for clients was finishing off their repurchase agreements to lenders. "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now," Gerasyuk said. The Kremlin has struggled to restore confidence in the banking system with a wave of emergency loans, fearing a repeat of the 1998 economic crisis, which saw the ruble devalued, default on the country's sovereign debt, and widespread bank foreclosures. Some Moscow residents were contemplating whether to withdraw their savings from banks or not. "I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default," added Anna. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/38c6ebf9eb67996b319a35c0a70d2250 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Frankfurt stock exchange opens, opening of MICEX exchanges ADDS Paris
 
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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia 1. Interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) trading floor 2. Traders 3. Television screen 4. Trader at desk 5. Wall mounted with clocks showing different time zones 6. Set up shot of public relations director of the MICEX, Alexei Gerasyuk 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Gerasyuk, Public Relations Director of MICEX: "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now. After that we will have some negotiations with the Federal Service for Financial Markets, and I hope soon, maybe not today, maybe tomorrow, maybe on Monday, we will start our main regime of the trades." 8. Moscow street 9. Currency exchange office sign, people walking by 10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Anna, Moscow resident: "First of all I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default. And it has already had an effect, I know what is happening on our stock market now. I have some savings in the bank and I am worried. I have to decide today whether to take them out or not." 11. Wide of street 12. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Nikolay, Moscow resident: "The economy is not developing. We had an incredible 'carte blanche' - the high oil price. But the economy was not developing. We've become hooked on oil, like it's a drug. Until we learn to do something ourselves and cure our oil addiction, we will keep having these crises." 13. Wide of street Frankfurt, Germany 14. Wide interior of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 15. Various of traders by computers 16. Trading board 17. SOUNDBITE: (German) Oliver Roth, Director Equities Trading, Close Brothers Seydler AG: "To me that is a normal procedure. The problem lies in the fact that at the moment the banks do not trust each other and are also not prepared to lend each other money and therefore the ECB (European Central Bank) steps in. In such phases of the world economy certainly a completely normal process for the ECB to help the banks a little more often and with a little bit more liquidity." 18. Traders 19. Wide of trading board Paris, France 20. Various interior shots of brokerage firm, Richelieu Finance 21. Set-up shot of broker Alexandre Iatrides 22. SOUNDBITE: (French) Alexandre Iatrides, broker at Richelieu Finance: "In the French financial sector, it is true that in France we are spared a little because the main French banks like BNP and Societe Generale have a solid base trust deposit. In this crisis, it's really banks which have important trust deposits that can be spared because we are facing a problem of general refinancing. Banks aren't able to refinance themselves. HBOS's issue was a refinancing problem, with no sufficient trust deposit. For the moment in France, we are amongst the winners, relatively speaking." 23. Various of screens showing CAC trading STORYLINE Trading on Russian exchanges will not fully resume until Friday, as the government tried to stem a steep fall in share prices and restore confidence in the economy. ITAR-Tass and Interfax quoted Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin making the announcement on Thursday, and as saying that Russia's three largest banks will be getting an extra 60 (b) billion rubles (2.36 billion US dollars) to help bolster the financial markets. The move comes a day after financial regulators halted trading on Russia's MICEX and RTS exchanges as Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest point in nearly three years. MICEX opened for limited trading on Thursday, but RTS remained closed. In a statement, MICEX officials called the situation in Russian markets "extraordinary." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1abff521807eec6b40dd742699669f35 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian stocks plunge nearly 20 percent
 
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1. Wide of city street 2. Mid of people walking along 3. Wide exterior tilt down of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. Close up of sign above entrance 6. Wide interior of the MICEX trading floor 7. Close up of a trader looking at a computer 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "There are many investors who are closing their positions. This doesn't mean they simply take the money out because they don't like shares of Russian companies. This is happening for other reasons. This happens when a company, for instance, an investment bank, experiences difficulties with cash to pay debt or service loans. So they start selling shares mostly on developing markets, including Russia." 9. Wide pan of interior Alfa Bank 10. Mid of trader 11. Setup of Ronald Smith, head of research and chief strategist of Alfa Bank 12. Close-up of computer screen 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Smith, Head of Research and Chief Strategist, Alfa Bank: "They suspend trading when the market falls above a certain level or below a certain level. In terms of percentage we easily broke those levels today. They waited a bit and then shut down trading. We just opened in the last 30 minutes and it looks like the fall has resumed it hasn't done us certainly a lot of good in this case. In the past it has done some good. Probably because it gave more of a distance time to step back and take a breather. With western markets down five, six, seven percent it's just the wrong environment for such a move to happen to do much good. 14. Wide of Citibank interior 15. Mid of people talking 16. Set-up of Selim Ergoz, Vice President and Head of Consumer Lending at Citibank 17. Cutaway of Citibank credit card 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Selim Ergoz, Vice President and Head of Consumer Lending at Citibank: "The banks which have been traditionally borrowing money in order to build assets in their balance sheets are probably going to face more difficulties than banks which have been having more deposits, retail deposits or corporate deposits so in that sense I believe that sort of banking model is going to slow down or maybe even disappear in the short term." 19. Mid of city street 20. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vox pop, Nina Georgievna, Pensioner, vox pop: "My family will hardly be affected. My husband and I are pensioners and I think things cannot get any worse than now." 21. Wide of city street STORYLINE: Trading was suspended on Russia's main stock markets twice on Monday as shares went into free fall on the back of falling oil prices and deepening fears about the global economy despite the passage of a 700 (b) billion US dollar bank bailout in the United States. Trading on MICEX - where most trading takes place - was shut down for a second time at 3:10 p.m. (1110GMT) for two hours after shares dropped by 16.7 percent to 770.2 points. The benchmark RTS - where trading was halted for a second time at 3:30 p.m. (1130GMT) for two hours - tumbled to its lowest point since August 2005, falling by 15.7 percent to drop below the 1,000-point mark at 903.2 points. In September, growing financial turmoil in the United States and a wave of margin calls sent the Russian stock markets into their biggest downward spiral since 1998. The MICEX lost 25 percent in just three days, and prompted regulators to shut down the markets stem the decline. They have since used that tool on several occasions when falls have become severe - to lesser effect. Russia's stock market in recent years has boomed amid high prices for oil and natural gas. But the market began falling sharply in midsummer amid concerns about government interference with businesses, and the drop accelerated as the global economic crisis intensified. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bf56ce0fbec708f823d9c9e9751988a0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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UK: Russia 'most open emerging market in the world ' - Moscow Exchange CEO
 
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CEO of the Moscow Exchange Alexander Afanasiev touted the advantages of investing in Russia while dispelling cliches and rumours about the country’s trade and finance status during a speech at the Moscow Exchange Forum 2015 in London, Tuesday. Video ID: 20151208-050 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Russia MICEX Stock Market Index (Review)
 
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Russia's two main exchanges to merge
 
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Russia's two main stock exchanges, MISEX, the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange and RTS, the Russian Trading System, have moved forward with their long awaited merger. RTS's top shareholders signed a binding agreement to sell their controlling stake in the bourse. They plan to start operating together in September. ... http://www.euronews.net/
Moscow stock exchange to float
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ Turning Moscow into a global financial centre. That's behind plans by the Moscow Exchange to float, a move which could raise around 380 million euros. The Exchange is Moscow's main venue for trading in stocks, bonds, foreign exchange and derivatives. Some of Russia's biggest firms, like Gazprom, and oil firm Lukoil, are listed on the exchange. The proposed float was announced in a statement and shares will be offered for sale to foreign investors as well as Russian citizens. Details of the offering were scant giving no information on its size. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
RUSSIA: MOSCOW: ROUBLE CONTINUES TO DROP AGAINST US DOLLAR
 
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Russian/Eng/Nat The Russian rouble continues to drop against the U-S dollar, falling 0.105 in trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (M-I-C-E-X) today to close at 6.99 roubles to the dollar. Brokers say the situation remains difficult even though the financial markets seem to have stabilised following Monday's de facto devaluation of the rouble. Meanwhile Russia's Central Bank has introduced limits on currency exchanges in a bid to stop speculators. Moscow's Interbank Currency Exchange or M-I-C-E-X has become the focus of furious rouble trading. This is not merely due to the Russian Central Bank's Monday decision to let the rouble float because it no longer had reserves to hold the currency steady. But the M-I-C-E-X has become the focus also because a simultaneous crisis in the banking sector trading on the major interbank market was suspended last week. The M-I-C-E-X opened for trading for just 35 minutes with the rouble falling to 6.99 to the U-S dollar. Dealers say the situation is uncertain. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The situation remains difficult. It's a crisis but the situation is not getting worse. If the situation on the financial market does get worse then there will be grave social unrest and both the government and the financial institutions are concerned about this." SUPER CAPTION: Andrei Sorokin, Broker Some money exchanges on the streets have been taking advantage of the situation by charging higher rates of up to 10 roubles to the U-S dollar, taking advantage of the desperate demand for U-S dollars and the ignorance of the population. To mitigate the confusion Russia's Central Bank announced rules setting a 15 percent limit on the spreads between buy and sell rates at exchanges. But people still feel aggrieved. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The rate has gone up and the price to buy roubles is also going up. But people's wages are staying at the same level as before. In all aspects it's very unpleasant. First of all the pensioners are suffering and those who earn very little money anyway." SUPER CAPTION: Mikhail Kupnetsov, Vox pop Previously the rouble's stabilisation had been a source of pride for the Russian leadership . Political analysts say this economic disarray is just a sign of how little President Yeltsin and the government are managing to cope. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The problem is that the government isn't in control of the situation. President Yeltsin doesn't control the situation. The situation is simply not controlled in Russia. So all that the government has done, it has unleashed a series of events. I don't think that the government and the people who were working out this decision they have correctly forecasted all the consequences." SUPER CAPTION: Viktor Kremenyuk, Political Analyst One consequence many expect is a rise in food prices. This will only happen gradually as new stocks of imported goods come onto the market. Many people shop at the markets where prices for fresh produce tend to be cheaper. But in recent years Russians have got so used to living through financial hardship, many of them seem unconcerned about the latest crisis. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "Nothing has really changed in people's life. They are calm and are not too worried. There is some uncertainty right now but I think it should be sorted out soon and there's no reason for great concern." SUPER CAPTION: Larisa Vorobyeva, market stall holder However if food prices rise dramatically President Yeltsin will not only have a financial crisis on his hands, but a social one as well. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/45e81e36a2ff79f0527350dae88b8904 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia - Money market
 
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T/I: 10:44:02 The value of the Russian ruble dropped sharply on Moscow's Inter-Currency Exchange on Tuesday morning (18/8), reacting badly to Monday's central bank and government decision to end its defence of the ruble and let it drift against the dollar. On Tuesday morning it stood at 6.8850 rubles to one US dollar against Monday's closing 6.4300. Ruble developments dominated the headlines in Russia's morning newspapers. The opposition parties in parliament seized the monetary policy turnaround to renew demands for President Boris Yeltsin's resignation. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA - 18/08 VS Moscow International Currency Exchange (MICEX); SOT (in English) with Charlie Ryan, United Financial Group, saying: "The government right now has a little free time, only because a lot of Russians are on vacation, August being a big month for vacations. But in the next one or two weeks we will know whether or not foreign investors are happy with the terms of GKO restructuring, short term debt restructuring. And, subsequently, we will know whether or not the government has a political will and the financial resources to keep the population calm about the falling, devalued ruble."; VS people buying newspapers; CU newspaper; SOT (in Russian) with Svetlana Petrova, shopper, saying: "The situation in our country is very difficult and unpredictable now. It's a hopeless situation, we've lost our belief in anything. Most of the people have lost their belief, it is very dangerous."; WS exterior foreign money exchange showing dollar to ruble rate CU rate; WS communist party chief Gennady Zyuganov entering press conference; CA press; SOT (in Russian) with Zyuganov, saying: "We propose the upper house and Duma overhaul the entire government structure, starting with Yeltsin's resignation and introducing amendments to the Constitution and establishing control over the executive branch at all levels."; WS press; 2.04 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5d0d9ead0eee98a0da739b08b0e7aaae Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Урок 4. Торговая сессия и комиссия за сделку
 
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В этом уроке речь пойдет о расписании торговли акциями на Московской бирже. Расписание торговых сессий по другим торгуемым инструментам можно посмотреть на сайте Московской биржи: https://www.moex.com/a1684 В ходе урока также подробно разобран принцип работы режима Т+2, действующий на бирже в торговых операциях с акциями, в том числе и в момент закрытия реестра под выплату дивидендов. Кроме того, в ролике рассмотрен механизм начисления комиссии за торговые операции на конкретном примере. Подробнее о комиссиях биржи можно посмотреть на сайте Московской биржи: на рынке акций https://www.moex.com/s1197 на рынке облигаций https://www.moex.com/s1198 на валютном рынке https://www.moex.com/s132 на срочном рынке https://www.moex.com/s93 Подробнее о тарифах компании КИТ Финанс Брокер на сайте компании: https://brokerkf.ru/chastnym_investoram/trading-on-russian-stock-exchanges/rates/
Russian stock markets plummet
 
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Russias major stock exchanges, the RTS and the MICEX, suspended all trade for an hour on Tuesday after indices took a dive. The fall reflects events on Wall Street, where share prices have plunged largely due to the fourth largest American investment bank Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy protection.
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Russian Stock Market Closed Indefinitely
 
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*UPDATE* On causes of the outage on April 23, 2012 and undertaken measures A thorough review of circumstances associated with the outage of the Equities market main section on April 23, 2012 was conducted by MICEX-RTS technical team and industry experts. The analysis pointed to the error in processing a market transaction that triggered fault of the trading system's real time backup solution. Because of that the gateways were unable to verify the validity of distributed data, which in its turn resulted in a halt of orders and trades information being refreshed. The root cause is identified as a simultaneous failure of the software and the hardware that provide redundancy for the trading system. To eliminate effects of the outage, by the start of trading on the 24th of April, 2012 the faulty hardware unit powering the MICEX-RTS Stock Exchange trading system was replaced. In addition, the set of default outage scenarios has been adjusted. A special test environment was assembled to continue probing and simulating a wider set of outage scenarios. A working group has been established for comprehensive examination and analysis of the outage causes, development of the rectification measures and recommendations to mitigate the risks of reoccurrence. This is not a drill. http://rts.micex.ru/n610/?nt=201 Established in 1992 to handle currency transactions from the former Gosbank of the USSR, MICEX is the largest, most liquid, and bestorganized financial exchange in Russia. It is the model for the nationwide system of currency, equity, and derivatives trading spanning Russia's eight main financial centers. The MICEX Group includes the MICEX Stock Exchange, the MICEX Settlement House, the National Depositary Center, and regional exchanges. Since 1997, the MICEX has calculated the MICEX Index, which is the leading Russian stock market indicator. MICEX's electronic trading and depository system links more than 1,500 remote workstations installed in banks and other financial institutions in 50 cities in Russia and abroad to the exchange. More than 270 broker systems are connected to the MICEX trading system, which serves clients via the Internet; about 50% of securities transactions are conducted through the Internet. The year 2004 marked the completion of the formation of a unified national currency market in Russia, with the unification of the Russia Unified Trading Session (UTS) and the System of Electronic Lot Trades (SELT). Trading hours for listed and unlisted securities are 10:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., Monday through Friday. Trading for eurobonds is from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Moscow stock exchange drops by over 4 percent
 
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The Moscow stock exchange drops by more than four percent as Russia's energy-dependent economy reels from low oil prices and fluctuations on the Asian market. STOCKSHOTS of the Russian economy: industries, banks, exchange rate, factories, consumer goods Follow us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8QrR91ss-k5X6pKgHWHaA?sub_confirmation=1
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Moscow stock exchange, trading, analyst, file of Rosneft building
 
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SHOTLIST FILE - Moscow, 14 July 2006 1. Wide exterior of Rosneft building 2. Close-up of building 3. Mid shot of flags in front of building Moscow, 19 July 2006 4. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. People at computer desks 6. Man looking at screen 7. Close up of screen 8. Set up shot Head of MICEX, Aleksey Rybnikov 9. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Aleksey Rybnikov, Head of MICEX: "From the exchange's point of view, we're interested in the volume. That's the goal for the exchange, the liquidity, the pool of liquidity that we're able to concentrate here. Again, given the size of the IPO (Initial Public Offering), given the free floats of this company, and given the number of investors involved in the IPO, we really expect Rosneft to become one of the blue chips on the Russian security market." 10. Wide interior Russian Association of Managers 11. Economist from the Russian Association of Managers, Alexander Dynin, sitting down 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "Well, at the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen, but in the short term and medium term, it looks like an excellent investment." 13. Cutaway Dynin at computer 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "The performance of oil and gas companies is highly dependent on the price situation at the global markets. If oil and gas prices remain high, then the future of oil and gas companies such as Rosneft is of course bright. Should they fall for some reason, then we'll see." 15. Wide exterior of MDM Bank (Russian bank) 16. Wide interior of MDM with people at computers 17. People working at screens 18. Close up of screen 19. Close up of screen showing information on Rosneft shares STORYLINE: Rosneft shares got off to a tepid start in London on Wednesday proof, analysts said, that the state-controlled oil company had slapped too high a price on Russia's biggest and most controversial public offering. Official trading opened one day after Russian oil company OAO Yukos failed to convince a British judge that allowing the shares to trade would constitute the sale of stolen goods. Yukos' biggest fields were bought by Rosneft at a knock-down price after they were auctioned off against its 28 (b) billion US dollar back tax bill in 2004. Shares in Rosneft were trading at 7.54 US dollars on the London Stock Exchange, below the offer price of 7.55 US dollars. At that price, Russia's third largest oil producer is worth 79.8 (b) billion US dollars, more than OAO Lukoil, which is the nation's biggest oil producer and is unencumbered by Yukos' threats of a lifetime of litigation. Analysts say the only way Rosneft is worth that amount is if it can gather up the remaining assets of Yukos, whose fate hangs in the balance as creditors meet on Thursday to decide whether or not the company should be liquidated. "At the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen," said economist Alexander Dynin, the First Deputy Executive Director at the Russian Association of Managers. The 10.4 (b) billion US dollars raised from the sale of 13 per cent of Rosneft's stock is nominally aimed paying down a loan the state took to cement control of natural gas monopoly OAO Gazprom. But observers say the main function of the sale is to put a respectable veneer on the state's drive to regain control of the oil industry, which began with the campaign against Yukos. And after a massive promotional campaign trumpeting the company's prospects and stability to Russian citizens, who bought about four per cent of what was on offer, analysts say the IPO cannot be allowed to fail. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f242d14c7e562ba4b3ab026d9f7b080d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Trading halted in Russia after steep falls
 
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1. Wide of city street 2. Mid of people walking along 3. Wide exterior tilt down of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. Close up of sign above entrance 6. Wide interior of the MICEX trading floor 7. Close up of a trader looking at a computer 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "To a large extent, what is happening on the Russian market is connected with the situation on the world markets. The Asian market dropped rather low during the previous day of trading, the main European indices are dropping and so are the American indices. Everything depends now on the overall world situation." 9. Wide of trading floor 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "There are many investors who are closing their positions. This doesn't mean they simply take the money out because they don't like shares of Russian companies. This is happening for other reasons. This happens when a company, for instance an investment bank, experiences difficulties with cash to pay debt or service loans. So they start selling shares mostly on developing markets, including Russia." 11. Mid of city street 12. SOUNDBITE: (Russia) Dmitry (no surname given), Industrial Manager, vox pop,: "I think everybody will be affected. Any financial crisis tells the state of the economy, and inflation, at least, is going to go up for sure." 13. Wide of city street 14. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox pop, Nina Georgievna, Pensioner, vox pop: "My family will hardly be affected. My husband and I are pensioners and I think things cannot get any worse than now." 15. Wide of city street STORYLINE: Trading on both of Russia's stock exchanges was suspended on Monday after shares fell more than 15 percent on the back of falling oil prices and deepening fears about the global economy despite the passage of a 700 (b) billion dollar US bank bailout. Trading on MICEX, where most trading takes place, was shut down at 1:35 pm local time (0935GMT) for one hour after shares dropped by 15.4 percent to 781.8 points. The benchmark RTS, where trading was halted at 2:05 pm (1005GMT) local time for an hour, tumbled to its lowest point since August 2005, falling by 14.3 percent to drop below the 1,000-point mark at 917.8 points. Russia's stock market in recent years has boomed amid high prices for oil and natural gas but the market began falling sharply in midsummer amid concerns about government interference with businesses, and the drop accelerated as the global economic crisis intensified. Oil prices, the backbone of Russia's economy, have been sharply down in recent days, dropping to 90 US dollars a barrel, and investors have also been spooked by August's five-day war between Russia and Georgia. In September, growing financial turmoil in the United States sent the Russian stock markets into their biggest downward spiral since 1998. The MICEX lost 25 percent in just three days. Regulators have shut down the markets on several occasions in an effort to stem the decline. The government has also offered financial support to the stock markets, and a raft of relief measures to the banking sector, where liquidity is tight and confidence between banks at rock-bottom, leading to a seizure of interbank lending activity. The measures offered only short-term support to the stock markets, however, and buyers are still scarce on the market. Between July and mid-September, UralSib analysts estimate investors have pulled out more than 50 (b) billion US dollars from the country. After trading closed for the weekend in Russia, the US House of Representatives passed a 700 (b) billion dollar bailout plan at the second attempt. Banking stocks were among the worst hit in Russia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9af7d630db746ed6b1c058dfd7dc0e9a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Alfa Bank asks $400 million from state, markets
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Pan from wide of street to Alfa Bank exterior 2. Alfa Bank exterior, pedestrians walking past 3. Mid of a man entering Alfa Bank 4. Wide of men passing Alfa Bank 5. Tilt down of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) building 6. Mid of woman entering MICEX doors 7. Wide top shot of MICEX interior 8. Mid of traders 9. MICEX interior 10. Close up of a graph on a monitor 11. SOUNDBITE: (Russian): Alexey Gerasyuk, head of MICEX PR department: "Yesterday was marked by a significant growth of most of stock quotations, so today this growth is followed by a certain correction. At the moment MICEX index drops 4.5 percent and high volatility remains in the market." 12. Mid of traders at their desks 13. Close-up of trader typing on keyboard 14. Mid of traders 15. Wide of Moscow square 16. Close-up of giant, revolving, "e" sculpture on the street 17. Mid of woman on a street 18. Woman changing numbers of rate of exchange on a board 19. Mid of pedestrians STORYLINE: A bank belonging to one of Russia's biggest tycoons said on Friday it is seeking a 400 (m) million US dollar long-term loan from national development bank VEB to pay off a 2 (b) billion US dollar loan to a group of banks led by Deutsche Bank AG. The cash, government funds being passed on by state-owned VEB, would allow Alfa Bank, controlled by Mikhail Fridman, to avoid having to give up a 44 percent stake in major Russian cellphone company VimpelCom, which it had pledged to Deutsche Bank as collateral for the loan. Russian newspapers reported that the Vimpelcom stake would now be put up as collateral to VEB. Alfa Bank CEO Pyotr Aven told reporters on Friday that the bank has applied for 400 (m) million US dollars from VEB but refused to provide further details. Russia's wealthiest businessmen are facing a shakeout after many of them borrowed heavily in recent years, often using their firms' shares as collateral. When Russian stocks plunged over the past few weeks, their creditors began demanding that they put up more collateral or risk losing their shares. In its bid for state financing, Alfa Bank has joined the company of another troubled oligarch, metals magnate Oleg Deripaska. Deripaska's aluminium company Rusal has been granted a 4.5 (b) billion US dollar loan from VEB, Russian media have reported. Russia's Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) stock index dropped 4.5 percent in early trading on Friday. Alexey Gerasyuk, head of the MICEX PR department, said it was an expected correction after Thursday's jump, when MICEX index grew more than 19 percent. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bb1948ad2c92498bb6327b034e0e4bd1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Прогноз курса доллара на 2019 год в России, прогнозы экспертов
 
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RUSSIA: MOSCOW FUTURES EXCHANGE
 
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Russian/Eng/Nat The Moscow Futures Exchange, another symbol of the changing times in Russia, is seen by many as a good indicator for the outcome of the presidential run-off vote on Wednesday. The dealers have been trading enthusiastically in "Presidential Futures" -- in other words gambling on the outcome of the run-off. So far, Yeltsin futures are leading the pack -- most of the dealers are betting he'll win with 52 percent of the vote. Dealers at Russia's Futures Exchange reckon Boris Yeltsin will win Wednesday's run-off vote in the country's presidential election with 52 percent of the ballot. Traders who've effectively opened a book on the polling results have given Yeltsin a ten percent lead over his Communist rival, Gennady Zyuganov. Today (Tuesday) is the last day of trading before tomorrow's (Wednesday's) national holiday. While it's not that scientific a method, the dealers accurately predicted the outcome of the first election round last month, which put Boris Yeltsin in first place with 35 percent of the vote. There's not much money involved, but it's fun, says one of the traders. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The most simple answer is just for fun because you cannot earn much money and for me it is interesting how exact I will be buying and selling contracts for the result." Question: "How much money did you earn in the first round?" Answer: "I earned approximately four maybe five million rubles. That isn't very much but it's something." SUPER CAPTION: Dmitry Kulikov, Managing Director Mitra - brokers Under the watchful eye of Lenin, the Exchange - symbol of capitalism and a sign of changing times in the formerly Communist country - began on a small scale. But over the past years, it has managed to develop into a serious trading ground, with many using it as a real financial indicator for funding trade in the short term bond market and in U-S dollars. The Exchange says that the unofficial gambling on the elections does reflects market sentiment and to some extent can be taken as an opinion poll of those working in the financial sector. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The stockbrokers and clients already believe in a Yeltsin victory. The price of futures contracts has risen steadily for the last five days that means immediately after the first round of the elections the brokers had no doubts about an overall Yeltsin victory." SUPER CAPTION: Aleksei Vlasov, President Russian Exchange If the stockbroker's prediction holds true, the stock market is bound to experience another surge when it reopens on Thursday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fb2a389f956a86246cb7679625dc990e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Moscow Exchange MICEX-RTS
 
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VIDEO FINANCIAL REPORTING Why invest in is the first financial video platform where you can easily search through thousands of videos describing global securities. About The Video: We believe that complex financial data could become more approachable using friendly motion-graphic representation combined with an accurate selection of financial data. To guarantee the most effective information prospective we drew inspiration from Benjamin Graham’s book: “The Intelligent Investor”, a pillar of financial philosophy. For this project any kind of suggestion or critic will be helpful in order to develop and provide the best service as we can. Please visit our site www.whyinvestin.com and leave a massage to us. Thank you and hope you'll enjoy. IMPORTANT INFORMATION - DISCLAIMER THIS VIDEO IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS INVESTMENT ADVICE. This video has been prepared by Whyinvestin (together with its affiliates, “Whyinvestin”) and is not intended to be taken by, and should not be taken by, any individual recipient as investment advice, a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any security, or an offer to sell or a solicitation of offers to purchase any security. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. The performance of the companies discussed on this video is not necessarily indicative of the future performances. Investors should consider the content of this video in conjunction with investment reports, financial statements and other disclosures regarding the valuations and performance of the specific companies discussed herein. DO NOT RELY ON ANY OPINIONS, PREDICTIONS OR FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN. Certain of the information contained in this video constitutes “forward-looking statements” that are inherently unreliable and actual events or results may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated herein. None of Whyinvestin or any of its representatives makes any assurance as to the accuracy of those predictions or forward-looking statements. Whyinvestin expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise any such forward-looking statements. EXTERNAL SOURCES. Certain information contained herein has been obtained from third-party sources. Although Whyinvestin believes such sources to be reliable, we make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness. FINANCIAL DATA. Historical companies’ data, ratios, exchange rate, prices and estimates are provided by Factset research www.factset.com . Whyinvestin does not verify any data and disclaims any obligation to do so. Whyinvestin, its data or content providers, the financial exchanges and each of their affiliates and business partners (A) expressly disclaim the accuracy, adequacy, or completeness of any data and (B) shall not be liable for any errors, omissions or other defects in, delays or interruptions in such data, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Neither Whyinvestin nor any of our information providers will be liable for any damages relating to your use of the information provided herein. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. Whyinvestin cannot guarantee the accuracy of the exchange rates used in the videos. You should confirm current rates before making any transactions that could be affected by changes in the exchange rates. You agree not to copy, modify, reformat, download, store, reproduce, reprocess, transmit or redistribute any data or information found herein or use any such data or information in a commercial enterprise without obtaining prior written consent. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. COPYRIGHT “FAIR USE” Whyinvestin doesn’t own any logo different from the whyinvestin’ s logo contained in the video. The owner of the logos is the subject of the video itself (the company); and all the logos are not authorized by, sponsored by, or associated with the trademark owner . Whyinvestin uses exclusive rights held by the copyright owner for Educational purposes and for commentary and criticism as part of a news report or published article. If you are a company, subject of the video and for any reason want to get in contact with Whyinvestin please email: [email protected]
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🔴ГДЕ В МОСКВЕ МОЖНО ПРАКТИКОВАТЬ ЯЗЫКИ?🔴MOSCOW LANGUAGE EXCHANGE MEETING🔴
 
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WRAP Alfa Bank asks $400 million from state, MICEX, Medvedev on crisis
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Pan from wide of street to Alfa Bank exterior 2. Alfa Bank exterior, pedestrians walking past 3. Wide of men passing Alfa Bank 4. Tilt down of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) building 5. Mid of woman entering MICEX doors 6. Wide top shot of MICEX interior 7. Mid of traders 8. MICEX interior 9. Close up of a graph on a monitor 10. Mid of traders at their desks 11. Close-up of giant, revolving, "e" sculpture on the street 12. Mid of woman on a street 13. Woman changing numbers of rate of exchange on a board 14. Mid of pedestrians 15. Wide of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev arriving for meeting in Gorki presidential residence 16. Cutaway of cameraman 17. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President: "Russia, it needs to be said for the sake of objectivity, has repeatedly warned about the negative potential that had been accumulated in the American financial system and that eventually turned into a full-scale financial crisis. Unfortunately, no decisions were made." 18. Cutaway of cameraman 19. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President: "Forming a system of incentives to (encourage) rational behaviour of the financial market (by) participants themselves. Rational means honest, appropriate, balanced and motivated. How to make it is a more difficult question. Obviously, forming a new international financial system will take ages, but it's essential to start without delay." 20. Wide of officials at the table STORYLINE A bank belonging to one of Russia's biggest tycoons said on Friday it is seeking a 400 (m) million US dollar long-term loan from national development bank VEB to pay off a 2 (b) billion US dollar loan to a group of banks led by Deutsche Bank AG. The cash, government funds being passed on by state-owned VEB, would allow Alfa Bank, controlled by Mikhail Fridman, to avoid having to give up a 44 percent stake in major Russian cellphone company VimpelCom, which it had pledged to Deutsche Bank as collateral for the loan. Russian newspapers reported that the Vimpelcom stake would now be put up as collateral to VEB. Alfa Bank CEO Pyotr Aven told reporters on Friday that the bank has applied for 400 (m) million US dollars from VEB but refused to provide further details. Russia's wealthiest businessmen are facing a shakeout after many of them borrowed heavily in recent years, often using their firms' shares as collateral. When Russian stocks plunged over the past few weeks, their creditors began demanding that they put up more collateral or risk losing their shares. In its bid for state financing, Alfa Bank has joined the company of another troubled oligarch, metals magnate Oleg Deripaska. Deripaska's aluminium company Rusal has been granted a 4.5 (b) billion US dollar loan from VEB, Russian media have reported. Russia's Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) stock index dropped 4.5 percent in early trading on Friday. Alexey Gerasyuk, head of the MICEX PR department, said it was an expected correction after Thursday's jump, when MICEX index grew more than 19 percent. Meanwhile, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday proposed four reforms to change the international financial system in order to cope with the ongoing global crisis. Meeting with the economic block of Russian government and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Medvedev said he had previously warned about "negative potential that had been accumulated in the American financial system" which had given rise to the global financial crisis. Medvedev suggested an increase in the legitimacy and the efficacy of the financial base on which international financial institutes work as well as the creation of a plurality of world financial centres and currencies. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58d0e462d2c3e4704dadc77141155e37 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Moscow Exchange MICEX-RTS
 
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VIDEO FINANCIAL REPORTING Why invest in is the first financial video platform where you can easily search through thousands of videos describing global securities. About The Video: We believe that complex financial data could become more approachable using friendly motion-graphic representation combined with an accurate selection of financial data. To guarantee the most effective information prospective we drew inspiration from Benjamin Graham’s book: “The Intelligent Investor”, a pillar of financial philosophy. For this project any kind of suggestion or critic will be helpful in order to develop and provide the best service as we can. Please visit our site www.whyinvestin.com and leave a massage to us. Thank you and hope you'll enjoy. IMPORTANT INFORMATION - DISCLAIMER THIS VIDEO IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS INVESTMENT ADVICE. This video has been prepared by Whyinvestin (together with its affiliates, “Whyinvestin”) and is not intended to be taken by, and should not be taken by, any individual recipient as investment advice, a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any security, or an offer to sell or a solicitation of offers to purchase any security. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. The performance of the companies discussed on this video is not necessarily indicative of the future performances. Investors should consider the content of this video in conjunction with investment reports, financial statements and other disclosures regarding the valuations and performance of the specific companies discussed herein. DO NOT RELY ON ANY OPINIONS, PREDICTIONS OR FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN. Certain of the information contained in this video constitutes “forward-looking statements” that are inherently unreliable and actual events or results may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated herein. None of Whyinvestin or any of its representatives makes any assurance as to the accuracy of those predictions or forward-looking statements. Whyinvestin expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise any such forward-looking statements. EXTERNAL SOURCES. Certain information contained herein has been obtained from third-party sources. Although Whyinvestin believes such sources to be reliable, we make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness. FINANCIAL DATA. Historical companies’ data, ratios, exchange rate, prices and estimates are provided by Factset research www.factset.com . Whyinvestin does not verify any data and disclaims any obligation to do so. Whyinvestin, its data or content providers, the financial exchanges and each of their affiliates and business partners (A) expressly disclaim the accuracy, adequacy, or completeness of any data and (B) shall not be liable for any errors, omissions or other defects in, delays or interruptions in such data, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Neither Whyinvestin nor any of our information providers will be liable for any damages relating to your use of the information provided herein. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. Whyinvestin cannot guarantee the accuracy of the exchange rates used in the videos. You should confirm current rates before making any transactions that could be affected by changes in the exchange rates. You agree not to copy, modify, reformat, download, store, reproduce, reprocess, transmit or redistribute any data or information found herein or use any such data or information in a commercial enterprise without obtaining prior written consent. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. COPYRIGHT “FAIR USE” Whyinvestin doesn’t own any logo different from the whyinvestin’ s logo contained in the video. The owner of the logos is the subject of the video itself (the company); and all the logos are not authorized by, sponsored by, or associated with the trademark owner . Whyinvestin uses exclusive rights held by the copyright owner for Educational purposes and for commentary and criticism as part of a news report or published article. If you are a company, subject of the video and for any reason want to get in contact with Whyinvestin please email: [email protected]
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Russia's Two Biggest Stock Exchanges Merge to Lure Investors
 
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It's been called the deal of the year by Russian business magazine Company. The country's two stock exchanges - the RTS and the MICEX - have completed their merger. Business RT's Marina Kosareva has the details.
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Rise of the machines at MICEX
 
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[21:02:15] Tanya Rubleva: At Russia's stock exchange, a glitch in a computer program known as a trade robot, has just burnt a 2-million dollar hole in one unlucky investor's pocket. With calls for goalline technology louder then ever following Ukraine's encounter with England in Euro 2012 - the debate on just how much we should rely on artificial intelligence has been reignited.
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Russian markets rally
 
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The Russian markets may not be out of the woods yet, but there are at least signs of the green shoots of recovery. The Russian RTS and MICEX indices have shown a stable rise this week.
Views: 454 RT
Russian markets, currency hit by Ukraine war threat
 
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News for Russian markets, currency hit by Ukraine ... Stock markets hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump The Star Online ‎- 6 hours ago LONDON: The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia ... are getting hit, and the safe havens are getting bid," said ANZ currency ... Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump Independent Online‎ - 3 hours ago GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump Reuters‎ - 6 hours ago Gold, oil rise as Ukraine tensions spur safe-haven bids | Reuters uk.reuters.com/article/.../uk-markets-global-idUKBRE9920LO20140303‎ 7 hours ago - NEW YORK (Reuters) - Russia's intervention in Ukraine sent crude oil and prices ... Russia's stock market was the worst hit, though other equities markets, ... sought the safety of those currencies after Russia's intervention in the Crimean peninsula. ... Putin ready to invade Ukraine; Kiev warns of war | Video. European stocks hit by Ukraine war threat; gold, oil jump News ... www.news.nom.co/european-stocks-hit-by-ukraine-war-8228409-news/‎ 3 hours ago - ... The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia spooked markets ... intervention in neighbouring Ukraine, with its markets and currency ... Ukraine war threat affects world stocks; gold, oil rise - The Economic ... economictimes.indiatimes.com › Markets › Global Markets‎ 6 hours ago - The rising war threat between Ukraine and Russia spooked markets and sent ... Why are people still willing to deposit money with Sahara? ... Rs 100-cr hits, Salman Khan has come up with yet another Rs150-cr-plus super hit. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump ... africanfinancialnews.com/+/global-marketsstocks-hit-by-ukraine-war-thr...‎ 6 hours ago - GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump .... Russia's markets have dropped about 10 percent and its currency has ... Russian markets hit as Putin tightens grip on Crimea | SRN News www.srnnews.com/russian-markets-hit-as-putin-tightens-grip-on-crimea-2/‎ 2 hours ago - Russian markets hit as Putin tightens grip on Crimea ... in neighboring Ukraine, with its markets and currency plunging on ... Ukraine said Russia was building up armoured vehicles on its side of a ... match U.S. threats of sanctions against Moscow, but would focus on diplomatic efforts to prevent escalation. Global stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump | Deccan ... www.deccanchronicle.com › Business › MARKET‎ 3 hours ago - The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia sent investors scurrying ... and the threat of sanctions, spread through markets, hitting Russian ... debt, the Japanese yen and other currencies perceived as safe havens in ... Ukraine crisis sends stock markets sliding; Russia's MICEX tumbles ... www.theguardian.com › Business › Guardian business live‎ by Graeme Wearden - in 20 Google+ circles 47 mins ago - Russian stock market tumbles 13% as escalating tensions over ... A currency exchange office in downtown Moscow, as the ruble hits new record .... on the crisis are 'unacceptable", and contained threats against Russia. .... Economic war with Russia, if this escalates, would take a toll on the global economy. Global Markets - Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump www.theedgemalaysia.com/.../278280-global-markets-stocks-hit-by-ukra...‎ 3 hours ago - The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia sent investors scurrying ... and the threat of sanctions, spread through markets, hitting Russian ... debt, the Japanese yen and other currencies perceived as safe havens in ... GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks hit by Ukraine war threat, gold, oil jump ... article.wn.com/.../GLOBAL_MARKETSStocks_hit_by_Ukraine_war_thr...‎ 7 hours ago - All major European stock markets down 1-2.5 pct * Russia hikes ... Global Markets-stocks Hit By Ukraine War Threat, Gold, Oil Jump ... EMERGING CURRENCIES SELL OFF - Will a Global CURRENCY RESET Come Soon? US stocks fall amid global equities sell-off on Ukraine turmoil ... - Mint www.livemint.com/Money/.../Global-stocks-hit-by-Ukraine-war-threat-g...‎ 44 secs ago - Construction slump may have hit job creation ... Rupee leads Asian currency declines on Ukraine jitters ... London/New York: The US stocks sank, tracking a global sell-off in equities, as Russia's threat to invade Ukraine sent ... The Market Vectors Russia ETF tracking companies from Gazprom OAO to OAO ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next
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Moscow Exchange MICEX RTS
 
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VIDEO FINANCIAL REPORTING Why invest in is the first financial video platform where you can easily search through thousands of videos describing global securities. About The Video: We believe that complex financial data could become more approachable using friendly motion-graphic representation combined with an accurate selection of financial data. To guarantee the most effective information prospective we drew inspiration from Benjamin Graham’s book: “The Intelligent Investor”, a pillar of financial philosophy. For this project any kind of suggestion or critic will be helpful in order to develop and provide the best service as we can. Please visit our site www.whyinvestin.com and leave a massage to us. Thank you and hope you'll enjoy. IMPORTANT INFORMATION - DISCLAIMER THIS VIDEO IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS INVESTMENT ADVICE. This video has been prepared by Whyinvestin (together with its affiliates, “Whyinvestin”) and is not intended to be taken by, and should not be taken by, any individual recipient as investment advice, a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any security, or an offer to sell or a solicitation of offers to purchase any security. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. The performance of the companies discussed on this video is not necessarily indicative of the future performances. Investors should consider the content of this video in conjunction with investment reports, financial statements and other disclosures regarding the valuations and performance of the specific companies discussed herein. DO NOT RELY ON ANY OPINIONS, PREDICTIONS OR FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN. Certain of the information contained in this video constitutes “forward-looking statements” that are inherently unreliable and actual events or results may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated herein. None of Whyinvestin or any of its representatives makes any assurance as to the accuracy of those predictions or forward-looking statements. Whyinvestin expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise any such forward-looking statements. EXTERNAL SOURCES. Certain information contained herein has been obtained from third-party sources. Although Whyinvestin believes such sources to be reliable, we make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness. FINANCIAL DATA. Historical companies’ data, ratios, exchange rate, prices and estimates are provided by Factset research www.factset.com . Whyinvestin does not verify any data and disclaims any obligation to do so. Whyinvestin, its data or content providers, the financial exchanges and each of their affiliates and business partners (A) expressly disclaim the accuracy, adequacy, or completeness of any data and (B) shall not be liable for any errors, omissions or other defects in, delays or interruptions in such data, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Neither Whyinvestin nor any of our information providers will be liable for any damages relating to your use of the information provided herein. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. Whyinvestin cannot guarantee the accuracy of the exchange rates used in the videos. You should confirm current rates before making any transactions that could be affected by changes in the exchange rates. You agree not to copy, modify, reformat, download, store, reproduce, reprocess, transmit or redistribute any data or information found herein or use any such data or information in a commercial enterprise without obtaining prior written consent. Please consult your broker or financial representative to verify pricing before executing any trade. COPYRIGHT “FAIR USE” Whyinvestin doesn’t own any logo different from the whyinvestin’ s logo contained in the video. The owner of the logos is the subject of the video itself (the company); and all the logos are not authorized by, sponsored by, or associated with the trademark owner . Whyinvestin uses exclusive rights held by the copyright owner for Educational purposes and for commentary and criticism as part of a news report or published article. If you are a company, subject of the video and for any reason want to get in contact with Whyinvestin please email: [email protected]
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Central Bank takes action to retake control of currency devaluation
 
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(11 Jan 2009) 1. Wide of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) exterior 2. Wide of empty trading hall 3. Wide of traders 4. Mid of MICEX logo and clocks on the wall 5. Set up of Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX spokesman 6. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX spokesman: "The dollar rose against the ruble by one ruble 35 kopecks at the moment, compared with (the rates at) the end of trading in 2008. The Euro has dropped a little." 7. Wide of street 8. Wide of people walking 9. Mid of currency exchange office 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Yulia, Moscow resident, vox pop: "I think the government is doing its best so that everything is fine with the ruble. They control the situation. My prognosis is optimistic." 11. Wide of currency exchange offices 12. Closer of exchange rate display 13. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Nataliya, Moscow resident, vox pop: "I try to spend less money now and wait, everybody is keeping their heads down. Look at the exchange rates! We've been to Leningrad (St. Petersburg), they sell Euros for 48 rubles there!" 14. Wide of street, people walking STORYLINE: Russia's Central Bank allowed the ruble to drop sharply against the US dollar on Sunday, resuming a controlled devaluation of the currency that began on 11 November as the country's economy continued to weaken. The ruble dropped by nearly 1.5 rubles on the MICEX foreign currency exchange, to 30.5 to the dollar, down almost 1.7 percent against the dollar-euro basket by 1 p.m. Moscow time (1000 GMT). The currency rose slightly on Sunday against the euro, from 41.4 on 30 December, before the start of Russia's 10-day winter holiday, to 41.1. It is the 13th sharp drop in the national currency since 11 November, when the supervised slide began. The ruble's fall has been triggered in part by declining energy prices, which have hit Russia's resource-dependent economy hard. Russia's Central Bank normally does not allow the currency to lose more than one percent of its value in one day. The ruble has shed more than 20 percent of its value against the dollar since its high of 23.4 in early August. However, some Moscow residents remained optimistic on Sunday. Julia, a resident of the Russian capital, said that she thinks the government is "doing its best." Meanwhile, Nataliya, another Moscow resident said that she was trying to spend less money now. "Everybody is keeping their heads down. Look at the exchange rates!", she said. Meanwhile, Russia's industrial production in November dropped 11.1 percent compared to the previous month. It fell 2.7 percent between January and November 2008 compared to the same period last year, the Russian Industry and Trade Ministry said on Sunday. There was some good economic news. Buoyed by a recovery in oil prices, Russian shares posted some gains on Sunday as markets opened after a ten day holiday. The MICEX stock exchange was up three percent by early afternoon in Moscow at 637.8 points. The other exchange, RTS, traded mixed, down 0.4 percent. The Central Bank said on Sunday it had used 57.4 (b) billion US dollars of its reserves to prop up the ruble in December - almost twice what it had spent in the previous month. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said in December that Russia used its foreign reserves to buy rubles and slow the national currency's fall "so that every citizen can decide what they should do with their savings." Many economists have advocated a more rapid devaluation of the currency. The Kremlin is anxious to avoid a repeat of the 1998 financial crisis, when Russians rushed to withdraw their savings as the ruble collapsed. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7d8fd6f7b9b2de177deddb79f4428409 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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RUSSIA: MOSCOW: SHARE PRICES TUMBLE ON STOCK EXCHANGE
 
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English/Nat Moscow share prices tumbled so fast on Tuesday that Russia's stock exchange temporarily suspended trading. The prices fell during panic-selling sparked by fears the Russian government is too broke to cope with another run on the market. The government, trying to prove otherwise, reiterated it had the resources to pay its debts and urged tax collectors to keep up the pressure on companies that owe billions in unpaid taxes and fines. Russia's fledgling market has been falling steadily for several weeks, but on Tuesday the fall was particularly bad. Trading was suspended for 45 minutes late in the session, when losses exceeded those allowed under trading rules. After trading reopened there was a slight rebound. The once booming emerging market which last year was the toast of foreign investors is now one of the main victims of the fallout from the Asian financial crash. SOUNDBITE: (English) \"In the words of great economists we are dealing with the animal spirits of the markets now. Basically it doesn't have a lot to do with the fact that Russia has a low inflation rate, it doesn't have a lot to do with the fact that we have probably got the best government we've had in a long time, with a clear plan for implementing the I-M-F's austerity package. What it has to do with is the fact that investors don't believe the government will implement the plan and they are basically waiting to see some tangible results.\" SUPER CAPTION: Charlie Ryan, Director of the United Financial Group It comes just weeks after the I-M-F granted Russia a 22.6 (b) billion U-S dollars bailout package. But that money is dependent on the government conducting a tight fiscal policy and improving tax collection. Investors are now waiting to see whether the government keeps its word. Many blame the 9.1 per cent market drop on external factors. SOUNDBITE: (English) \"Obviously the Dow sold off heavily so far today and there is continuing concern about Japan, so effectively what you have now is a situation where the Russian government seems to be doing everything it can to get a handle on the situation and yet external factors are putting our market into a worse posture.\" SUPER CAPTION: Charlie Ryan, Director of the United Financial Group Russian bond prices plummeted on local and international markets, and the ruble also closed lower. The Central Bank was forced to dip into its dwindling foreign exchange reserves to keep the currency from falling further. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b66d3b89ab65ec8bfaaea64fb8d46fc5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Analyst comments on rise in Russian stock markets
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of tower blocks in Moscow's financial district 2. Tilt up of exterior of building 3. Wide interior of traders at desks 4. Mid of traders 5. Tom Mundy, equity strategist at Moscow-based investment bank Renaissance Capital, walking through office 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist, Renaissance Capital: "We've got some support of liquidity, we've got some support for global markets and on the back of that we've got Russia looking pretty cheap, Russia's become one of the cheapest markets in the world right now, certainly the cheapest emerging market. So, on that basis, the cheap valuations and some underpinning of support for the US and liquidity injections and provisions for liquidity from the Russian government the Russian market is now looking attractive for those investors who have cash and who are looking to take on some risk and buy in." 7. Mid of trader looking at computer monitor 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist, Renaissance Capital: "If we see oil price stabilising, if we see the oil price going up that would be good for the Russian investment case, that would be good for investors coming into Russia but it's still very tense because there are a lot of uncertainties about what's happening in the US. Most investors who are coming in now are thinking about Russia for a long term investment, for a year at least and I think investors who do that now will be rewarded but in the short term it's certainly quite tense." 9. Mid of office 10. Close-up of screen with financial data STORYLINE: Russian stock markets rose during morning trading on Wednesday climbing 4 percent on strong gains from state-run companies. The MICEX index - where most trading takes place - rose by 3.7 percent as of 1:50 pm (0950 GMT) to 1,111.6 points. The benchmark RTS index gained 3.9 percent to 1322.4 points. The recovery follows a drop on Tuesday of around 3 percent for the two exchanges, a response to dismal trading in the United States. The Russian government pledged 120 (b) billion US dollars last week to ease liquidity for banks and buy stocks in undervalued companies, primarily state-owned. "Russia's becoming one of the cheapest markets in the world right now," said Tom Mundy an equity strategist at Renaissance Capital. "Certainly the cheapest emerging market. So, on that basis, the cheap valuations and some underpinning of support for the US and liquidity injections and provisions for liquidity from the Russian government the Russian market is now looking attractive for those investors who have cash and who are looking to take on some risk and buy in." The package prompted a strong recovery on Friday after a two-day closure of the markets following the most turbulent week of trading in 10 years. "If we see oil price stabilising, if we see the oil price going up that would be good for the Russian investment case, that would be good for investors coming into Russia but it's still very tense because there are a lot of uncertainties about what's happening in the US," said Mundy. State-controlled companies led Wednesday's rebound: OAO Sberbank, the country's largest lender, rose by 6.1 percent on MICEX. OAO Gazprom posted a 5.1 percent rise, while OAO Rosneft gained by 4.5 percent. Shares in banking giant VTB rose by 5 percent after it reported a 35 percent increase in first-half net profit. Meanwhile, world stock markets were mixed on Wednesday. World leaders have called for international action to combat the global financial crisis, urging cooperation even as the US pressed ahead with unilateral action to stem a credit crunch that has engulfed global markets. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3b35e1bcab9d67d21886b662012bba46 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Moscow Exchange MICEX - Why invest in 2015
 
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Russian shares plummet amid chaotic trading
 
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1. Wide of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 2. MICEX entrance 3. Wide of MICEX interior 4. Mid of staff 5. Set up of equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank, Ovanes Oganisian 6. Oganisian talking to Renaissance colleague 7. Close up of woman typing 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ovanes Oganisian, equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank: "The market has been dropping and rising by 20 per cent and it is hard to trade or to make decisions in such conditions. It is especially hard for local investors, who work at the internal stock markets: they don't have any guarantee that the stock exchange would not be closed tomorrow and whether they would have to keep what they bought today, until the global situation changes. That is why the investors, especially local ones, work in a situation that looks like chaos." 9. Close up of sign 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ovanes Oganisian, equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank: "The Russian market now mainly follows the global markets: what is happening at the global markets influences the Russian market. But the Russian market's reaction is worse, it shows more negative dynamics than the global markets amid the decrease in oil prices." 11. Wide of Moscow street 12. Close and tilt down currency exchange rates on board in street 13. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Maria, no last name given, Moscow citizen, vox pop: "I don't believe that anyone, including our government, can make any prognosis now. I think that in reality no-one understands what is going on. That is why we can say that everything is all right, but I don't see any reasons for that." 14. Wide of bank 15. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ekaterina Klimova, pensioner, vox pop: "I trust (Vladimir) Putin most of all. Although I do not agree with him on everything, but what he did for the country. At least we (Russia) managed to come out of the debt hole, and we have some savings now, yes, I do trust him. I don't have any grounds not to trust (our government)." 16. Wide of street STORYLINE: Russia's battered stock market was in chaos on Thursday afternoon as plunging shares led regulators to stop and restart trading several times. Regulators had closed the major MICEX index after early trading on Thursday saw a slump of 10 percent in their composite index. But they re-opened trading a half-hour later. Investors are working "in a situation that looks like chaos", said Ovanes Oganisian, an equity analyst with the Renaissance Capital investment bank in Moscow. Russia's stock market has been declining for weeks as fears grow over the financial crisis and sliding oil prices. The MICEX was down almost 9 percent at 590.9 by 2:20 pm (1020 GMT) after the pause. The other main exchange, RTS, was 2 percent down at 622 points following an hour-long suspension. Regulators have repeatedly suspended trading on the two exchanges in recent weeks as the price of shares has swung widely mostly downward. Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin warned on Wednesday that the government may have to tap into its massive rainy-day reserves to help Russia through the economic crisis and declining oil profits. On the streets of Moscow, there were various opinions about the financial situation in Russia. The majority said that despite having little understanding of the unstable situation in the Russian and the world economy, they still trusted the Russian government and the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Russia is the world's second largest oil producer, and government finances have been sharply affected by weaker oil prices, with crude near 55 US dollars a barrel on Thursday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/921b4b5fb5d63a4184522cff9b7fd351 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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It is reported that the Moscow Stock Exchange has begun transactions through the Turkish lira.
 
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It is reported that the Moscow Stock Exchange has begun transactions through the Turkish lira. On the first day of trading, 1.5 million rubles were traded over the Turkish lira. In the written statement made from the Borsa, it is stated that transactions are started over the Turkish lira and approximately 1.5 million rubles have been processed on the first day. The statement given to the views of Moscow Exchange Money and Forex Markets General Manager Igor Maric, the expansion of tools for the forex market, participating in foreign trade operations between Russia and Turkey the bank's customers, and pointed out that provide new opportunities for investment companies. Russia and Turkey reminded that between the volume of foreign trade increased by 40 percent in 2017, 20 billion dollars now Maric, "Foreign Currency Russian ruble market of the Turkish lira development of direct purchase, in mutual agreement to encourage the growth of the role of the national currency." . The Moscow Stock Exchange is currently trading on the dollar, euro, British sterling, Swiss franc, Hong Kong dollar, Chinese yuan, Belarusian rubles and Kazakh tengesi. The Moscow Stock Exchange started trading some time ago, as well as the Japanese lira.
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Russian ruble loses value against dollar and euro
 
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(16 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide interior of food market 2. Mid of market traders 3. Man hands money to trader 4. Trader hands meat to man 5. Close up of roubles in hand 6. Wide of meat stall 7. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Anna (no surname given), vox pop: "I've just bought some meat and the prices have gone up. About 20 per cent at least. I have bought a shoulder of lamb and paid 540 rubles but before I paid 360 rubles." 8. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange 9. Wide of traders 10. Mid of traders 11. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "It's not very worthwhile making predictions at the present time. Everything depends on the situation in foreign markets, most of all the USA and Europe, as well as the Russian economy. And much also depends on the dollar/euro exchange rate." 12. Currency exchange board showing US dollar/ruble rate 13. Various of street with currency exchange places 14. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ivan (no surname given), vox pop: "The prices are growing, especially rent and utilities, so for us war veterans, who are over 80, I'm 88, its hard but we still hope we'll overcome this." 15. Mid of people on street 16. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Irina, schoolteacher (no surname given): "We are still waiting for the government to pay off the money they stole from us, so we can buy currency." 17. Set up shot of Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics: "That process (the gradual devaluation of the ruble) has hurt the Russian economy, because the banks which expect further devaluation stop giving out loans to the economy and instead convert all of their money into dollars and expect these dollars to become more valuable in ruble terms, so until this process is over, until the devaluation is finished the banks won't go back to their natural business of giving out loans." 21. Wide of queue at bank 22. Various of people in line STORYLINE: Traders and shoppers at Moscow's Dorogomilovo market are feeling the pinch of the financial crisis. With Russia's rouble falling to a new low against the US dollar and euro, trade at the market was slow in on Friday morning. Both imported goods and local produce are getting expensive. The ruble dropped 0.4 roubles against the US dollar, to 32.6 - its lowest in the history of MICEX trade. For the first time ever, the ruble fell to 43 against the euro as the Central Bank continued a policy of controlled devaluation. The ruble has been badly bruised by declining energy prices and growing economic difficulties. It has shed more than 27 percent of its value against the US dollar since its high of 23.4 in early August. Resentment is growing on the streets of Moscow as the reality of the economic crisis hits the average Russian, some of whom are still bitter about the last crisis in the 90's. Eager to avoid losing public support, Russia's government has spent tens of (m) millions of US dollars to slow the fall of the ruble, which has ordinary Russians worried after years of economic expansion. Russia's international reserves dropped 11 percent this year, to 427 (b) billion US dollars, and down 29 (b) billion US dollars in December, the Central Bank said earlier this week. Analysts say the ruble is hurt by expectations that the price of oil - which fuels the Russian economy - will continue to fall. Until then, says Oleg Zamulin from the New School of Economics, banks will refrain from giving out loans. The Central Bank apparently wants to gradually let the ruble fall to a low beneath which it will not drop under any circumstances, economists said. Observers expect the string of near-daily devaluations to stop soon, probably within a month but possibly much You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15f7f3e862a02c9101356d8cb8c9df47 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Russian stock market trade suspended ADDS Germany trading
 
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Moscow 1. Wide of rain-soaked street 2. Wide people in streets 3. Wide of exterior Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 4. Wide of trading floor 5. Wide of traders 6. Close up of women looking at computer screens 7. Wide of television 8. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "Today the federal financial regulator suspended trading on MICEX till 1 pm. - I mean, trading securities. But the futures market, the government securities market is trading in normal mode." 9. Traders behind glass screen 10. Mid of bell Frankfurt 11. Wide interior of Frankfurt stock exchange 12. Close-up of DAX sign on electronic board 13. Mid of display with date, time and change 14. Mid of traders at computers 15. Wide of DAX announcements 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Oliver Roth, Frankfurt Stock Exchange Director of Equities Trading: "I expect a stabilised market, slightly better I would suggest, and in the late hours, in the late afternoon, we will see the Americans, and wait for them, for the American market. There might be some trouble again, I expect it within the next days. But for today I expect a slightly better market." 17. Various of newspaper headlines 18. Exterior of the stock exchange entrance 19. Close-up of sign reading (German) "Frankfurt stock exchange" 20. SOUNDBITE (German) Umberto Miguel Peres Guevara, 36, Frankfurt resident: "I think it was predictable. Ten years ago, we invested money in real estate in Spain, and I thought there was a bubble only in Spain, but meanwhile it is a worldwide problem. I've seen this coming for years." 21. SOUNDBITE (German) Robert Halver, 44, Banker: "No, I am not afraid, but I think that the state and the central banks now have to intervene with determination. We really need to find solutions, that means that the state really has to consider the nationalisation of key banks." 22. Wide exterior of stock exchange with bear and bull statues STORYLINE: Central banks around Europe continued to push cash at markets in an effort to keep the financial sector flush with ready money. The federal financial regulator again suspended trading on Moscow's stock exchanges on Tuesday, a day after both suffered their biggest-ever one-day losses. The order postponed the opening of trading until at least 1 pm (0900 GMT), 2.5 hours after the usual opening. However Russia's stock markets showed gains in early trading following the resumption. At Germany's key stock exchange in Frankfurt there was some hope that the markets would stabilise after yesterday's falls in the global markets. Chancellor Angela Merkel is to speak to the German parliament about the financial market crisis on Tuesday. Merkel has cancelled a previously planned trip to Belgium in order to address the lower house. Merkel's government on Sunday pledged to guarantee all private bank accounts in Germany. It also put together a new rescue plan for distressed lender Hypo Real Estate AG, the first German blue-chip company to require a bailout. Merkel said on Monday that Europeans must be "coherent" in tackling the financial crisis. While nations struggled individually, the euro gained against dollar on Tuesday, climbing to 1.3577 US dollars as European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet called for calm. European Union leaders also tried to reassure markets, telling participants they would take "all necessary measures" to keep the financial system stable. EU finance ministers have been meeting for emergency talks on raising guarantees for private savings across the 27-nation bloc in an attempt at a coordinated response to the global financial crisis. But the pledge of coordinated steps by EU governments has largely failed to reassure markets so far. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0ffeee1dc1a28b1b6a65ec743a254b4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Aganbegyan Says Micex Merger With RTS Set for December
 
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Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Ruben Aganbegyan, president of Russia's Micex exchange, talks about the outlook for the bourse's merger with RTS. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan in Moscow. (Source: Bloomberg)
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RTS Micex merger proposal gains impetus
 
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Russias two leading stock exchanges the Micex and the RTS may be set for a historical, but drawn out, merger.
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Trade suspended amid huge plunges
 
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1. Wide of street 2. Wide people in streets 3. Wide of people walking past a currency exchange office 4. Wide of exterior Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. Wide of trading floor 6. Wide of traders 7. Close up of women looking at computer screens 8. Wide of television 9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "Today the federal financial regulator suspended trading on MICEX till 1 pm. - I mean, trading securities. But the futures market, the government securities market is trading in normal mode." 10. Mid of bell STORYLINE: The federal financial regulator has suspended trading on Moscow's stock exchanges, a day after both suffered their biggest-ever one-day losses. The order postpones the opening of trading until at least 1 pm (0900 GMT), 2.5 hours after the usual opening. The indexes of both the RTS and the MICEX exchanges dropped nearly 20 percent on Monday, the steepest declines ever for a market that was booming even amid growing signs of trouble in Western economies. Since May, the RTS index - widely considered the Russian market's benchmark - has plunged 64 percent. Russia's markets have been hit hard by the global economic crisis, declining prices for the oil that is the backbone of Russia's economy and this summer's war with Georgia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/564d96b49099b07adbe15bfdea605cde Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Stock Market Shutdown Update 2
 
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Hammering Truth updates the situation at the Micex RTS Russian Stock Exchange.
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Russia - Financial crisis reaching its peak
 
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T/I: 11:01:25 Russia's central bank suspended all rouble foreign exchange trade on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) on Thursday (28/08), after opening trade showed the currency headed for a sharp drop. Trade across the country was sparse with banks and exchange booths on the street equally unwilling to part with dollars and other hard currency. There was panic when customers discovered they were no longer able to take money out of their bank accounts. Political analysts and Russian newspapers say it's only a matter of time before President Boris Yeltsin is forced to quit in the face of the economic meltdown which has undermined one of the few achievements of his reign: a stable currency and prices. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 27/08 PAN street scene, Incombank Bank, People queuing in bank; VOX POPS in russian, two women: "We want to get our money back. They are not giving that to us. Neither roubles nor dollars. Nothing."; VOX POP of man in russian: "The situation is unpredictable. It will be better to keep it (money) at home rather than wait for an unknown time to get it back."; Woman trying to get money out of automatic cash dispenser, Sign machine saying no cash, People outside money changer; Vs newspaper headlines, Russian television news (NTV) headlines regarding rouble crisis, the voice over is saying in Russian that from today all trading at the interbank currency exchange has been suspended. The Central Bank of Russia has made this decision because of a considerable disbalance between supply and demand. The three-member commission will announce anti-crisis measures. Tonight the President may meet with the executive Prime Minister; WS exterior of TSB-Rastro company, office, Men in office; SOT Sergei Veselov, senior trader at TsB-Rastro, in Russian: "At the present moment, an official determination of the rouble exchange rate is impossible. I think the Central Bank will create an artificial exchange rate for import companies and other businesses connected with hard currency. At the market the exchange rate will be formed between supply and demand on the black market."; WS exterior building. 2.12 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fec46a14bcc669c5333299d88f1912e3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tom O'Brien of Moscow Exchange Discusses HFT
 
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In this video, recorded at TradeTech Europe 2013 in London, Tom O'Brien, Head of International Sales at Moscow Exchange, talks to Mike O'Hara of HFT Review about opportunities for high frequency trading firms in the Russian market
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RUSSIA: MOSCOW: STOCK PRICES TAKE ANOTHER PLUNGE
 
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Russian/Eng/Nat Russia's market took another plunge on Thursday, with stock prices falling so far that trading was halted for more than a half an hour. Concern over the stability of the Russian ruble and strict new foreign exchange rules were blamed for the downward spiral. Russia was supposed to be on its way to recovery after the announcement last month of a 22-point-6 (b) billion dollar international bailout loan package. But instead the market plummeted to its lowest level since the country's economic woes erupted six months ago. From the moment the Russian markets opened on Thursday, traders knew they were in trouble. Frightened bankers temporarily halted foreign exchange trading in the morning, after the Central Bank imposed new rules many say only make matters worse. Trading also was halted on Russia's main stock exchange after the first 40 minutes because the main index had dropped more than 10 per cent. The volatile exchange reopened 35 minutes later, but the damage was already done. Share prices continued their tumble even after the market reopened. Experts linked the fall to widespread fears that a government-sponsored ruble devaluation was in the works. Another cause for concern was a much rumoured plan for a questionable restructuring of the treasury market debt. SOUNDBITE (Russian) "There are a few reasons for this crash and the first is that the government is living beyond its means, the second is that there is an absence of a legal system and functioning laws for the market and the third is a carry over of debts from last year and a high interest rate." SUPERCAPTION: Boris Adlin, Stockbroker Foreign investors working in Russia say it may take another injection of overseas funds to help the country out of the abyss. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Without some new impetus, without some new opportunity for the Russian government to achieve some support from the G-7 nations or without some initiatives locally, which we haven't had, it means that investors don't see any good news on the horizon. And when you start seeing a market steadily moving downward and there's no good news on the horizon, it probably means that the government is going to be forced to take some action." SUPERCAPTION: Charlie Ryan, Director of United Financial Group Many believe Thursday's woes were sparked by a new set of exchange rules for local banks. The Central Bank on Wednesday set strict new limits on the amount of U-S dollars local banks would be allowed to buy. Analysts called the new rules financially backwards. Muscovites said little could make matters worse. SOUNDBITE (Russian) "How can I say I am worried by this particular crisis when I don't have any money at all -- no dollars and no rubles. I am living from day to day, just enough to get by." SUPERCAPTION: Susanna Golinka, Muscovite The new banking rules were not considered very significant. But the fact that the Central Bank felt the need to take new measures contributed to a climate of foreboding in the Russian markets. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9290e163d91ac53e6dc35c8df33ffdc2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Crimean Crisis Causes Moscow Market Drop | Journal
 
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The increase in tensions between Russia and the Ukraine is also taking its toll on the markets. Russia has been hit hardest, with the Moscow stock exchange taking a dive. Possible sanctions from the EU could have severe implications on trade for the country, especially with regard to gas exports. More information: http://www.dw.de/english
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Stocks react positively to inauguration of new president
 
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1. Wide shot Moscow street 2. Wide shot people in the street 3. Wide shot of cars in the street 4. Wide of interior Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) office 5. Close up screen showing President Dmitry Medvedev inauguration ceremony zoom out to MICEX office 6. Mid shot Alexey Gerasyuk, MICEX PR Director, walking 7. Cutaway clocks on the wall 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexey Gerasyuk, PR Director, Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange: "Today we see a rather positive tendency on the Russian stock market. MICEX index has grown for about one per cent. The same tendency we see for most Russian blue chips, most liquid Russian stock companies which are listed on the MICEX stock exchange." 9. Mid shot MICEX office 10. Mid shot MICEX sign 11. Wide shot exterior MICEX building STORYLINE: Russia's stock market reacted positively to the inauguration of the new Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday. Russia's Micex Index rose to a two-week high, gaining 0.4 percent to 1,694.44 in Moscow. The dollar-denominated RTS Index increased 0.6 percent to 2,153.32. Specialists say they see positive tendency for the most liquid Russian stock companies. "Today we see a rather positive tendency on the Russian stock market. MICEX index has grown for about one per cent. The same tendency we see for the most Russian blue chips, most liquid Russian stock companies which are listed on the MICEX stock exchange," Alexey Gerasyuk, MICEX spokesman told Associated Press Television. Medvedev has pledged to bolster the country's economic development and civil rights, in what may signal a departure from his predecessor's heavy-handed tactics. Under Putin, Russia's economy soared from near-disaster to astonishing prosperity. Russia's economic boom has been driven largely by soaring world prices for its vast oil and gas exports. Concerns are high that the country is vulnerable to a downturn in commodities prices unless it diversifies its economy and expands its manufacturing and services sectors. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f4c10177fce5731a045184e9d3daa24b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Stock Market Plummets. Sep. 17, 2008.
 
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Sep. 17, 2008. Russias major stock exchanges, the RTS and the MICEX, suspended all trade for an hour on Tuesday after indices took a dive. The fall reflects events on Wall Street, where share prices have plunged largely due to the fourth largest American investment bank Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy protection. If the American stock market is going down, its taking everybody with it. The Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) saw its worst ever day, plunging 17% on Tuesday. Three months ago the Russian Trading Systems dollar-dominated index hit record highs - along with the oil price. Now the RTS has fallen by half and oil is down one third. I believe China is the worst performing in the world. Ukraine is right up there. But investors have certainly noticed the u-turn the Russian market has taken in the second half, says Erik Depoy, Alfa-Bank equity strategist. Of the BRIC emerging markets, China, is down 60%, Russia is down 50, and Brazil and India around 25%. A lot of other countries in the world are very envious of Russia's very strong fiscal position, the budget surplus and so on. But the financial markets are a very different story. And again, the fact that Russia was performing so well in the first half is a recognition of this, Depoy says. Central banks around the world have pumped money into the financial system, led by the U.S. Federal Reserve with $US 50 billion. Russia allotted US $19 billion to the Russian markets on Tuesday, with more planned for Wednesday. I think Russia's relatively well positioned because although its right at the bottom its now also by far the cheapest so if there's a rebound one could assume that Russia will come up really fast, says Tom Mundy, equity strategist at Renaissance Capital. As bad as the situation may look, there is a silver lining. This latest sell-off shows Russia is now closely integrated in the world's financial system. Source: http://www.russiatoday.com/business/news/30530
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Russia - Update on economy situation
 
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T/I: 10:25:37 Russia's financial crisis continues to hit the pockets of ordinary Russians. Trading on the Moscow Currency Exchange opened with a rate of 20.66 roubles to the dollar - down nearly 18 per cent. Queues formed outside Moscow exchange offices as Muscovites tried to convert their increasingly valueless roubles into hard currency. In a separate development, rumours swirled around Moscow of the resignation of Central Bank chairman Sergei Dubinin. SHOWS: RUSSIA 07/09 WS street scene, Pan prices on a board, People queuing outside store, VS stalls and people buying food; Pensioner Vera Fyodorovna saying "This government should be out. They've robbed the whole country." (Russian) CU coins being handed over, Old women shopping; VS people counting piles of money, buying cigarettes, Exterior cigarette stall; Old woman begging; WS exterior stock exchange building; Interior stock exchange, VS people at computers and on the phone; SOT MICEX (Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange) Deputy General Director Sergei Mamontov talking about the restart of trade as MICEX as noted (Russian) Trade was declared null and void due to an imbalance in demand for dollars and their supply. 20/08/98 WS press conference, CU Chairman of the Russian Central Bank Sergie Dubinin, WS presser. 2.34 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/57a8debb814a3837c61845901ffe8254 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Stock market closes down 4% in Mumbai, trading suspended in Moscow
 
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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia 1. Wide of people walking down Moscow street 2. Exchange rates displayed on digital panel 3. Tilt down on Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) building 4. Wide of MICEX interior 5. Various top shots of people working 6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, PR Director, Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX): "At the moment it's rather difficult to make any forecasts about how the situation may develop. Much depends on how the US Congress votes today on the aid plan to the American financial market, because the situation in the USA influences a lot of other countries' economies, including the moods of Russian investors." 7. Close up of the bell Mumbai, India 8. Establishing shot of Vijay Waichal, portfolio manager 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Vijay Waichal, portfolio manager: "India's stock market saw another bad day where the market tumbled very heavily, coming down 4 percent at the end of the day. Some of the reasons which were responsible for bringing down the markets, in this fashion is basically opening of Asian markets in negative note, secondly European market was also having a mixed reaction, probably the bailout of 700 billion dollars which have been announced, but there is apprehension in the minds of the investors, that how much sufficient the money is going to be, and whether it will help to tide over the crisis which are so grave." 10. Cutaway of Waichal STORYLINE Russian regulators shut down one of the country's two leading stock exchanges three times on Friday to stem rapid declines in shares after investors took fright at growing concerns over the global economy. After shares plunged in early morning trading, the federal regulator ordered the suspension of trading on the RTS, the country's benchmark index. The regulators have used similar moves to stem rapid share declines in recent weeks - usually to positive effect. By the close of trading, the RTS had shed 7 percent to 1070.9 points. It was closed down twice in the afternoon and then shut early for the weekend. The Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) - where most of Russia's trading takes place - plunged by 5.3 percent to 924.6 points, paring back steeper losses mid-afternoon. Also on Friday, India's stock market plunged sharply amid worries about the US economy and tracking declines on Wall Street and across Asia. India's benchmark Sensex index slumped 529 points, or 4 percent, to a final close of 12,526 points. The broader 50-share Nifty of the National Stock Exchange fell by 3.3 percent to 3,818 points. Analysts say the weakness was likely to continue. Portfolio manager Vijay Waichal said investors were apprehensive because they didn't know if the proposed 700 billion US dollar rescue package, which later was approved by the US Congress, would help stem the global financial crisis. ICICI Bank plummeted 8.5 percent to 505 rupees, software company Infosys Technologies Limited dropped 4.3 percent to 1,391 rupees and telecommunication firm Bharti Airtel Limited lost 4.3 percent to 757 rupees. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2944e7a38601e0fe4a66153db2301d8a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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