Trading in futures on Moscow municipal bonds got off to a
racy start after Russian electronic stock exchange RTS
introduced them on 1 June.
The value of open interest in the new contracts rose to
Rb1.2b ($41m) in the first month, which saw 112,000 contracts
change hands at RTS's futures and options trading facility.
They were one of the most liquid instruments, lagging behind
only futures on blue-chip shares of RAO UES, Gazprom and
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