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The Number of Unqualified Investors has Risen Sharply in Russia
28.08.2020 12:05
The Number of Unqualified Investors has Risen Sharply in Russia
(Source: http://mbgazeta.ru/news/v-rossii-rezko-vyroslo-chislo-nekvalifitsirovannyh-investorov)

In Russia, the number of unqualified investors has risen sharply: Investing.com financial portal  reported growth of 1.8 times in March - April this year, Rusbase reports. The data is confirmed by other market players, including the Moscow Exchange.

      In the period from December to May, the number of individual clients of the Moscow Exchange increased from 3.86 million to 5.1 million - by 32.51%. The number of corporate clients increased by only 3.18%. In March, the total trading volume increased by 48.8%, amounting to 98.8 trillion rubles. This is a record in the entire history of Moscow exchange trading.

      According to a survey by Investing.com, the most interested in investments are residents of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ufa and Krasnodar, and the most popular assets among them are the shares of Sberbank, Gazprom and Lukoil.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Gazprom Sberbank    

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