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Moscow’s stock market resumed trading after being closed for many hours, and the Russian rouble hit a new all-time low.

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After President Vladimir Putin authorised Russian military to invade Ukraine, a move that is expected to provoke further sanctions against Moscow, the rouble plummeted to an all-time low on Thursday in highly turbulent trading.

On Thursday, Putin authorised what he dubbed a special military operation in the east, and Russian forces reportedly fired missiles at numerous Ukrainian cities and deployed troops on its south shore.

Moscow stock Market new record:

Early this morning (0720 GMT), the Moscow stock a new record low of 89.60 against the dollar. By 0720 GMT, it had since recovered to 87.55. After reaching a high of 99.99 against the euro, it dropped 6.3% to a new low of 97.51.

Trading on the Moscow Exchange, which is operated by MOEX Group, was temporarily halted immediately after markets started at 0400 GMT and later reopened at 0700 GMT.

Investors in Russia sold off equities and bonds across the board as they processed Russia’s incursion into Ukraine and the possibility of Western sanctions.

BCS Global Markets:

BCS Global Markets warned in a note that “the risk of wider and more significant sanctions looms big – a modicum of panic and a potential compliance-driven sell down (are) not unlikely.”

RTS stock index – Moscow Stock Market:

The RTS stock index in dollars fell 26% to 906.96 points, its lowest point since the beginning of 2020. The MOEX Russian index, which is denominated in roubles, fell by 22.0%, closing at 2,419.0.

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Russia’s benchmark 10-year OFZ rouble bond yields increased to 10.93%, their highest point since the beginning of 2016.

In reaction to Moscow’s recognition of two breakaway republics in eastern Ukraine, the West and Japan placed sanctions on Russian banks and individuals, and threatened more harsher measures should Russia invade.

Sberbank say about Moscow Stock Market:

Sberbank, the largest bank in Russia, has assured its clients that their money, property, and interests would be safe no matter what may happen.

On the other hand, the central bank announced it will undertake currency market operations and provide additional liquidity to the banking system.

No Russian financial institutions would be safe, a senior U.S. administration official warned Tuesday, naming Sberbank and No. 2 lender VTB as targets for U.S. sanctions should Moscow continue its invasion of Ukraine.

Both financial institutions have previously ignored questions about possible punishment.

The price of a barrel of Brent crude oil, used as a global benchmark for Russia’s primary export, rose 6.7% to a record $103.32.

Moscow Stock Market FAQ’s

Q.Is there a Moscow stock exchange?

Money Change Hands in Moscow. The Derivatives Market is open from 07:00 to 23:50, while the Equity & Bonds Market, Foreign Exchange Market, and Commodity Market are all open from 06:50 to 23:50. Moscow time is used throughout.

Q.Is Moscow Stock Exchange still closed?

After closing on February 28 when the ruble hit an all-time low of roughly 118 against the U.S. dollar in the wake of initial sanctions days after the Ukraine incursion, the Moscow Exchange resumed trading of federal government bonds on Monday. However, stock trading remained suspended.

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Q.Will Moscow stock Exchange open?

Markets for foreign exchange and precious metals will be available between the hours of 10:00 and 19:00.

Timetable for Monday, April 1 trading on the Moscow Exchange.

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Q.Can you buy Russia stock?

U.S. investors are barred from purchasing “new and existing debt and equity assets issued by an entity in the Russian Federation,” according to Treasury Department instructions issued on Monday. Prior to this, Americans could invest in secondary market securities from Russia.

By Vil Joe

A writer and editor based out of San Francisco, Vil has worked for The Wirecutter, PCWorld, MaximumPC and TechHive. Her work has also appeared on InfoWorld, MacWorld, Details, Apartment Therapy and Broke-Ass Stuart. In her spare time, she takes too many pictures of her cats, watches too much CSI and obsesses over her bullet journal.

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