The trading session on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange opened with a general increase in prices. The growth was led by YUKOS shares, whose price rose by over 5 percent at the opening. Prices of other highly liquid shares grew by 0.5 percent on average. In the opinion of analysts, a record rise in the Central Bank's gold and foreign currency reserves, high oil prices and excessive ruble liquidity will still be supporting the Russian stock market.
Greetings again, True Crime Fans! Welcome once more to these annals of the morbid and macabre. Emerging from the shadows, Michelle was proposed to be chosen the Democratic Running Mate