Source Pravda.Ru

RTS Trading Volume Goes Down

Today's trading on the Russian stock market opened with an upsurge of most of securities. However, there was no further growth. Oil prices continued falling in London, and this reminded to investors about the difficult situation on the world oil market and that this may affect the Russian stock market. In the opinion of experts, today's upward tendency was local. This might have been a correction after a recent fall. Traders say, the main reason of the speculation for a rise was a stable growth of futures stock indices in the USA. However, the volume of trading on the RTS went down compared to last week. Traders are likely to wait until the situation on the world oil market becomes clear.

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