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RBC Information Systems' shares traded at MICEX first time today

The common shares of RBC Information Systems of the 3rd and 4th issue (registration numbers 1-03-05214-A and 1-04-05214-A respectively) were traded for the first time at the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) today. As the exchange's press service reported, the corresponding decision was made by the MICEX Board on November 13, 2002.

As it was reported earlier, on October 31, 2002 the shares of RBC Information Systems were included on the 2nd level quote list of the MICEX according to the MICEX Exchange Council's decision. RBC Information Systems were thus put on the list of 20 leading companies whose shares were included on the MICEX 1st and 2nd level quote lists.

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