Russian stock exchanges have increased trading volumes

Russian stock exchanges have increased trading volumes

Russian stock exchanges have increased trading volumes – Moscow and St. Petersburg Stock Exchanges reported higher trading volumes in September.

Thus, the total trading volume on the markets of the Moscow Exchange in September grew by 27.8% (year-on-year) and amounted to 86.5 trillion rubles.

As noted in the message on the website of the trading platform, the best dynamics was demonstrated by the stock market (up 89.3%), the derivatives market (up 55.9%) and the bond market (up 46.4%). The volume of transactions in the standardized derivative financial instruments (SPFI) market increased 9.2 times.

The volume of trading in the stock market in September (compared to September 2019) increased by 65.0% and reached 4,041.3 billion rubles. (excluding overnight bonds). In particular, the volume of trading in shares, depositary receipts and shares increased by 89.3%, the average daily trading volume amounted to 91.4 billion rubles.

Trading volume in the derivatives market grew by 55.9% to RUB 13.1 trillion, while in the money market trading volume increased by 31.4% to RUB 38.9 trillion.

Mosbirzh shares gained 1.43% on the day.

By the end of September, the St. Petersburg Stock Exchange recorded new records of client activity: the number of active accounts increased by 10.3% compared to August and amounted to 405 thousand.

As of September 30, there were 5.8 million registered client accounts, admitted to trading, which is 8% more than a month earlier. Of these, 3.97 million unique accounts – 7.5% more than in August.

At the end of September, the trading volume in the main trading mode in securities of foreign issuers amounted to $ 18.1 billion – an increase of 19.3% compared to August.

The total value of transactions reached $ 22.7 billion ($ 19.61 billion in August).

The leaders in terms of trading volume in the main trading mode were the securities of the following issuers: Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA), Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN), Boeing Co (NYSE : BA), Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), Macy's Inc (NYSE: M), American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL), Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE).

The share of the trading volume in securities included in the S&P 500 index in the trading volume was 50.65%.

The text was prepared by Alexandra Shnitnikova

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