The foreign exchange market of the Moscow Stock Exchange falls to RUB 17.3 trillion in July – financial tycoons | Omd Cialis

The foreign exchange market of the Moscow Stock Exchange (MOEX), Russia’s largest exchange group, fell in July.

financial magnates Analysis of the July 2022 trading volumes shared by MOEX on Tuesday showed a divergence from the recovery.

Forex trading volume reached RUB 17.3 trillion last month, down 3% from RUB 17.8 trillion recorded in June.

Similarly, the average daily trading volume (ADTV) of the forex market fell 3% to RUB 824.9 billion in July. It fell from RUB 846.8 billion in June.

In June, forex demand on MOEX recovered, rising to RUB 17.8 trillion from RUB 16.1 trillion in May.

While the FX market fell, spot FX trades on the stock exchange rose 10.4% to RUB 8.2 trillion. It grew from RUB 7.5 trillion in June.

On the contrary, swap trades and forwards on MOEX collapsed -12% from RUB 10.3 trillion in June to RUB 9.1 trillion.

MOEX announced last Monday that it would suspend trading in the Japanese yen in its foreign exchange markets until August 8 (next Monday).

The exchange said the decision was to allow it to overcome the potential risks and difficulties it might face in transacting Japanese yen trades.

growth leader

From a broader market perspective, in July 2022 the Moscow Stock Exchange saw its total trading volume grow by 3%.

According to MOEX data, last month the volume reached RUB 75.7 trillion. At the end of June, the volume amounted to 73.5 trillion rubles.

This growth was distributed among the MOEX markets as follows: derivatives (20.7%), precious metals market (17%) and bonds market (16.6%).

Also, the forex spot market was up 10.4% and the money market was up 3.8%.

MOEX referred to these markets as “growth leaders”.

stock and bond market

On the stock and bond market, the Moscow Stock Exchange recorded a 3% decrease in the total trading volume.

The volume generated fell to RUB 1,492.7 billion from RUB 1,531.1 billion in June.

Analysis of the provided data shows that trading volume in shares, depositary receipts and mutual fund shares fell by -16% from RUB 909.3 billion to RUB 767.7 in June.

ADTV of this category also fell -18% to RUB 36.6 billion. In June it was RUB 43.3 billion.

MOEX further stated: “Trading volume in corporate, regional and government bonds increased by 16.6% to RUB 725.0 billion (June 2022: RUB 621.8 billion). ADTV was RUB 34.5 billion (June 2022: RUB 29.6 billion).

“Forty-one new bond issues with a total value of RUB 506.3 billion (of which RUB 320.2 billion overnight bonds placed in July 2022).”

In May, the Moscow Stock Exchange’s equity and bond market fell -240% MoM (net of overnight money), an apparent domino effect of the Russia-Ukraine war.

The total trading volume fell to 995.4 billion rubles from 3,380.7 billion rubles in the same month last year.

Derivatives, money and precious metals markets

In the derivatives market, trading volume increased by 20.7% to RUB 6.4 trillion from RUB 5.3 trillion in June.

The market’s ADTV also saw a corresponding increase of 21%, reaching RUB 304.4 billion compared to RUB 252.1 billion in June.

The MOEX money market is not spared. Revenue rose 3.8% to RUB 50.2 trillion and ADV also rose 4% to RUB 2,389.6 billion.

“The CCP-cleared repo segment increased by 4.0% to RUB 23.7 trillion, including the GCC repo segment, which grew by 11.2% to RUB 12.1 trillion,” MOEX added.

In the precious metals markets, spot and swap transactions increased by 17% to RUB 10.1 billion.

Gold claimed the largest share of this turnover at RUB 9.8 billion. Silver received RUB 0.3 billion.

The foreign exchange market of the Moscow Stock Exchange (MOEX), Russia’s largest exchange group, fell in July.

financial magnates Analysis of the July 2022 trading volumes shared by MOEX on Tuesday showed a divergence from the recovery.

Forex trading volume reached RUB 17.3 trillion last month, down 3% from RUB 17.8 trillion recorded in June.

Similarly, the average daily trading volume (ADTV) of the forex market fell 3% to RUB 824.9 billion in July. It fell from RUB 846.8 billion in June.

In June, forex demand on MOEX recovered, rising to RUB 17.8 trillion from RUB 16.1 trillion in May.

While the FX market fell, spot FX trades on the stock exchange rose 10.4% to RUB 8.2 trillion. It grew from RUB 7.5 trillion in June.

On the contrary, swap trades and forwards on MOEX collapsed -12% from RUB 10.3 trillion in June to RUB 9.1 trillion.

MOEX announced last Monday that it would suspend trading in the Japanese yen in its foreign exchange markets until August 8 (next Monday).

The exchange said the decision was to allow it to overcome the potential risks and difficulties it might face in transacting Japanese yen trades.

growth leader

From a broader market perspective, in July 2022 the Moscow Stock Exchange saw its total trading volume grow by 3%.

According to MOEX data, last month the volume reached RUB 75.7 trillion. At the end of June, the volume amounted to 73.5 trillion rubles.

This growth was distributed among the MOEX markets as follows: derivatives (20.7%), precious metals market (17%) and bonds market (16.6%).

Also, the forex spot market was up 10.4% and the money market was up 3.8%.

MOEX referred to these markets as “growth leaders”.

stock and bond market

On the stock and bond market, the Moscow Stock Exchange recorded a 3% decrease in the total trading volume.

The volume generated fell to RUB 1,492.7 billion from RUB 1,531.1 billion in June.

Analysis of the provided data shows that trading volume in shares, depositary receipts and mutual fund shares fell by -16% from RUB 909.3 billion to RUB 767.7 in June.

ADTV of this category also fell -18% to RUB 36.6 billion. In June it was RUB 43.3 billion.

MOEX further stated: “Trading volume in corporate, regional and government bonds increased by 16.6% to RUB 725.0 billion (June 2022: RUB 621.8 billion). ADTV was RUB 34.5 billion (June 2022: RUB 29.6 billion).

“Forty-one new bond issues with a total value of RUB 506.3 billion (of which RUB 320.2 billion overnight bonds placed in July 2022).”

In May, the Moscow Stock Exchange’s equity and bond market fell -240% MoM (net of overnight money), an apparent domino effect of the Russia-Ukraine war.

The total trading volume fell to 995.4 billion rubles from 3,380.7 billion rubles in the same month last year.

Derivatives, money and precious metals markets

In the derivatives market, trading volume increased by 20.7% to RUB 6.4 trillion from RUB 5.3 trillion in June.

The market’s ADTV also saw a corresponding increase of 21%, reaching RUB 304.4 billion compared to RUB 252.1 billion in June.

The MOEX money market is not spared. Revenue rose 3.8% to RUB 50.2 trillion and ADV also rose 4% to RUB 2,389.6 billion.

“The CCP-cleared repo segment increased by 4.0% to RUB 23.7 trillion, including the GCC repo segment, which grew by 11.2% to RUB 12.1 trillion,” MOEX added.

In the precious metals markets, spot and swap transactions increased by 17% to RUB 10.1 billion.

Gold claimed the largest share of this turnover at RUB 9.8 billion. Silver received RUB 0.3 billion.

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