Russian electronic stock exchange (RTS) has bolstered its
derivatives arm by adding contracts on Moscow's ten-year
municipal bonds and euro-denominated Treasury bonds maturing in
The move followed large volume growth in the exchange's
existing Moscow three-year bond futures, introduced last June.
They ushered in fixed income securities viewed by RTS as a
prime underlying asset from a derivatives standpoint.
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