Commodity futures have become hot property in Russia, with
Moscow Stock Exchange (MSE) following electronic exchange RTS's
plan to open commodity derivatives market (see FO Week
Vol 10 No 13).
According to MSE vice president Alexei Ryzhikov, underlying
assets for contracts will include coal, sugar and grain.
"Technically, we're fully prepared, with trading rules already
registered by regulators," he told FO Week. "The
launch is pending only approval of final contract
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