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Moscow Exchange has just announced its monthly market report for November 2016.
The trading volume of stocks totalled RUB 895 billion in November. The average daily trading volume was RUB 42.6 billion, up 42% MoM. The T+2 sector made up 97% of the total secondary market trading volume and the T0 sector accounted for 3%.
The MICEX Index was up 5.8% MoM to 2,104.91 at the end of November from 1,989.64 at the end of October.
The dollar-denominated RTS Index was up 4% to 1,029.05 from 988.74. The cash equity market’s capitalisation appreciated by 3% to USD 552.7 bln from USD 536.9 ln.
Monthly Best Sellers
This month’s most traded stocks were Sberbank ords (SBER) with a turnover of RUB 173.3 bln (19% of the total), followed by Gazprom (GAZP) with RUB 133.3 bln (15%), Lukoil (LKOH) with RUB 55.9 bln (6%), Norilsk Nickel (GMKN) with RUB 44.5 bln (5%) and Magnit (MGNT) with RUB 31.3 bln (4%). Other securities’ turnover totalled RUB 457.3 bln (51% of the total trading volume).
The bond market’s trading volume totalled RUB 1,503 bln in November. The average daily trading volume was RUB 71.6 bln, up 43% MoM. Secondary market turnover in corporate ruble bonds was RUB 282.8 bln (55.8% of the total trading volume).
Regional ruble bonds’ turnover was RUB 41.7 bln (2.8%), Sovereign ruble bonds saw RUB 336.8 billion (22.4%), while Eurobonds had RUB 1.9 bln (0.1%)and bonds of MFI had RUB 1.9 billion (0.1%). The total volume of new issues placed was RUB 838.2 billion (55.8%). The growth was due to overnight bonds having been offered to the market.
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