By Andrei Skvarsky.
Trading volumes on Moscow Exchange grew significantly in terms of rubles between November 2014 and November 2015, with the bourse’s money market posting the lowest increase of nearly one fifth and its precious metals trade more than quadrupling, the exchange has said.
Equity and bond market trade on Moscow Exchange went up by 32.9% in volume in that period, foreign exchange trade by 26.6%, and derivatives trade by 21.7%. The bourse’s money market trade surged by 17.6%. Gold and silver trade swelled by 308%, the exchange said in a statement.
The ruble slid to about 66 from about 50 versus the US dollar in that period.