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WRAP Russian stock market trade suspended ADDS Germany trading
 
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Moscow 1. Wide of rain-soaked street 2. Wide people in streets 3. Wide of exterior Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 4. Wide of trading floor 5. Wide of traders 6. Close up of women looking at computer screens 7. Wide of television 8. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "Today the federal financial regulator suspended trading on MICEX till 1 pm. - I mean, trading securities. But the futures market, the government securities market is trading in normal mode." 9. Traders behind glass screen 10. Mid of bell Frankfurt 11. Wide interior of Frankfurt stock exchange 12. Close-up of DAX sign on electronic board 13. Mid of display with date, time and change 14. Mid of traders at computers 15. Wide of DAX announcements 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Oliver Roth, Frankfurt Stock Exchange Director of Equities Trading: "I expect a stabilised market, slightly better I would suggest, and in the late hours, in the late afternoon, we will see the Americans, and wait for them, for the American market. There might be some trouble again, I expect it within the next days. But for today I expect a slightly better market." 17. Various of newspaper headlines 18. Exterior of the stock exchange entrance 19. Close-up of sign reading (German) "Frankfurt stock exchange" 20. SOUNDBITE (German) Umberto Miguel Peres Guevara, 36, Frankfurt resident: "I think it was predictable. Ten years ago, we invested money in real estate in Spain, and I thought there was a bubble only in Spain, but meanwhile it is a worldwide problem. I've seen this coming for years." 21. SOUNDBITE (German) Robert Halver, 44, Banker: "No, I am not afraid, but I think that the state and the central banks now have to intervene with determination. We really need to find solutions, that means that the state really has to consider the nationalisation of key banks." 22. Wide exterior of stock exchange with bear and bull statues STORYLINE: Central banks around Europe continued to push cash at markets in an effort to keep the financial sector flush with ready money. The federal financial regulator again suspended trading on Moscow's stock exchanges on Tuesday, a day after both suffered their biggest-ever one-day losses. The order postponed the opening of trading until at least 1 pm (0900 GMT), 2.5 hours after the usual opening. However Russia's stock markets showed gains in early trading following the resumption. At Germany's key stock exchange in Frankfurt there was some hope that the markets would stabilise after yesterday's falls in the global markets. Chancellor Angela Merkel is to speak to the German parliament about the financial market crisis on Tuesday. Merkel has cancelled a previously planned trip to Belgium in order to address the lower house. Merkel's government on Sunday pledged to guarantee all private bank accounts in Germany. It also put together a new rescue plan for distressed lender Hypo Real Estate AG, the first German blue-chip company to require a bailout. Merkel said on Monday that Europeans must be "coherent" in tackling the financial crisis. While nations struggled individually, the euro gained against dollar on Tuesday, climbing to 1.3577 US dollars as European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet called for calm. European Union leaders also tried to reassure markets, telling participants they would take "all necessary measures" to keep the financial system stable. EU finance ministers have been meeting for emergency talks on raising guarantees for private savings across the 27-nation bloc in an attempt at a coordinated response to the global financial crisis. But the pledge of coordinated steps by EU governments has largely failed to reassure markets so far. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0ffeee1dc1a28b1b6a65ec743a254b4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Stocks Tumble | Trading Nation | CNBC
 
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The Russian market has had an awful month. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management discuss the next move with Brian Sullivan. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC Russian Stocks Tumble | Trading Nation | CNBC
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Analyst comments on rise in Russian stock markets
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of tower blocks in Moscow's financial district 2. Tilt up of exterior of building 3. Wide interior of traders at desks 4. Mid of traders 5. Tom Mundy, equity strategist at Moscow-based investment bank Renaissance Capital, walking through office 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist, Renaissance Capital: "We've got some support of liquidity, we've got some support for global markets and on the back of that we've got Russia looking pretty cheap, Russia's become one of the cheapest markets in the world right now, certainly the cheapest emerging market. So, on that basis, the cheap valuations and some underpinning of support for the US and liquidity injections and provisions for liquidity from the Russian government the Russian market is now looking attractive for those investors who have cash and who are looking to take on some risk and buy in." 7. Mid of trader looking at computer monitor 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist, Renaissance Capital: "If we see oil price stabilising, if we see the oil price going up that would be good for the Russian investment case, that would be good for investors coming into Russia but it's still very tense because there are a lot of uncertainties about what's happening in the US. Most investors who are coming in now are thinking about Russia for a long term investment, for a year at least and I think investors who do that now will be rewarded but in the short term it's certainly quite tense." 9. Mid of office 10. Close-up of screen with financial data STORYLINE: Russian stock markets rose during morning trading on Wednesday climbing 4 percent on strong gains from state-run companies. The MICEX index - where most trading takes place - rose by 3.7 percent as of 1:50 pm (0950 GMT) to 1,111.6 points. The benchmark RTS index gained 3.9 percent to 1322.4 points. The recovery follows a drop on Tuesday of around 3 percent for the two exchanges, a response to dismal trading in the United States. The Russian government pledged 120 (b) billion US dollars last week to ease liquidity for banks and buy stocks in undervalued companies, primarily state-owned. "Russia's becoming one of the cheapest markets in the world right now," said Tom Mundy an equity strategist at Renaissance Capital. "Certainly the cheapest emerging market. So, on that basis, the cheap valuations and some underpinning of support for the US and liquidity injections and provisions for liquidity from the Russian government the Russian market is now looking attractive for those investors who have cash and who are looking to take on some risk and buy in." The package prompted a strong recovery on Friday after a two-day closure of the markets following the most turbulent week of trading in 10 years. "If we see oil price stabilising, if we see the oil price going up that would be good for the Russian investment case, that would be good for investors coming into Russia but it's still very tense because there are a lot of uncertainties about what's happening in the US," said Mundy. State-controlled companies led Wednesday's rebound: OAO Sberbank, the country's largest lender, rose by 6.1 percent on MICEX. OAO Gazprom posted a 5.1 percent rise, while OAO Rosneft gained by 4.5 percent. Shares in banking giant VTB rose by 5 percent after it reported a 35 percent increase in first-half net profit. Meanwhile, world stock markets were mixed on Wednesday. World leaders have called for international action to combat the global financial crisis, urging cooperation even as the US pressed ahead with unilateral action to stem a credit crunch that has engulfed global markets. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3b35e1bcab9d67d21886b662012bba46 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Market Trader Song by Shish da Malina
 
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Kirkenes Square at 12.30 on February 5, 2015: Join the celebration of the arrival of 14 tents for the Russian Market with individual artworks on the backsides - we’ll sing the traders’ song! Performed by Shish da Malina (Ekaterina Efremova & Timur Mizinov). Lyrics: Hilde Methi, Birgitte Wisur Olsen & Liza Stepanova. Produced by Fridaymilk, Murmansk. Commissioned by Mobile Kultur Byrå for IMPROVEMENT OF MARKET FACILITIES.
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Russian economy reaps benefits from China-US trade tensions
 
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The US may have increased tariffs with China, but Russia is one of the countries that may reap the benefits. China imports millions of tons of soybean, meat and many other agricultural products, and Russia's exports to China have been increasing. CGTN interviewed the CEO of Rusagro, Russia's largest agricultural company, to learn more about the opportunities the tariffs have in store. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: https://www.cgtn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Russian companies grasp opportunities in flourishing China-Russia border trade
 
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As trade between China and Russia keeps booming, some Russian companies are trying to establish business ties with China. Find out the promising prospect in Russia's Far East city of Chita and China's border city Manzhouli.
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Russian stocks 'can do better' | Short View
 
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► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2r8RJzM The Russian market - mainly big oil producers - is trailing the MSCI Emerging Markets index, especially when oil has run up so much since the summer. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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THE RUSSIAN STOCK MARKET CRASH AN OPPORTUNITY?
 
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What do I do? Full-time independent stock market analyst and researcher: https://sven-carlin-research-platform.teachable.com/p/stock-market-research-platform Check the comparative stock list table on my Stock market research platform under curriculum preview! I am also a book author: Modern Value Investing book: https://amzn.to/2lvfH3t More about me and some written reports at the Sven Carlin blog: https://svencarlin.com Stock market for modern value investors Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernvalueinvesting/ Is there blood in the streets in Russia? As I am writing this, the Russian ETF lost 12% in one day. As many value investors know, you need to buy stocks when there is blood on the streets so I have had many questions whether this is an opportunity or a trap. Let’s take a look at what is going on, give a fundamental perspective and a stock market perspective on investing in Russia. What happened over the weekend https://home.treasury.gov/news/featured-stories/treasury-designates-russian-oligarchs-officials-and-entities-in-response-to On Friday, Trump designed sanctions on 7 Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control, 17 Russian government officials and a state-owned Russian weapon trading company. The reasons are, according to Treasury secretary Mnuchin that the Russian government engages in a range of malign activity around the globe. So, U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealings with them where also an non-U.S. person could face sanctions for facilitating their transactions. The companies affected are: Norilsk, Gazprom, Renova and Rusal among those traded on U.S. stock exchanges where its CEO Deripaska who is investigated for money laundering and accused of treating part in extortion and racketeering. And I thought that in the U.S. you are not guilty until proven otherwise in a courtroom. Nevertheless, this is exactly the risk I have been discussing when investing in Russia. Even if the cheapest stock market today, it is so for a reason. If all holders of the ERUS ETF from the U.S. or from Europe are forced to sell their holdings because facilitating Deripaska and others with capital the price will be very low. So, investing in Russia is a political thing but as always, if you don’t have any constrains from Trump’s sanctions, it is also an opportunity. Let’s take a longer term look In the 2014/2015 period the Russian ETF lost 50% on lower oil prices and sanctions. Then there was a bit of a quiet period and slowly people have been forgetting about the risks with higher commodity prices as the Russian ETF is 37% oil related. However, those who bought when there was blood on the street did well with a 50% return since January 2016. The key now is to see whether there is blood on the streets now and whether the sanctions will have an impact on the actual businesses and your ownership. The best way to look at whether there is blood on the streets is to look at fundamentals. Fundamentals ERUS’s PE ratio is 6, the price to book value is 0.8 and the yield is 5.7%. However let’s take a lookout what happened in the last round of sanctions! Sberbank, the largest Russian bank had a PE ratio of 2 if I remember well in 2015 and was trading at below $5.
Trade Russian Stocks
 
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http://profitabletradingtips.com/trading-investing/trade-russian-stocks Trade Russian Stocks By www.ProfitableTradingTips.com The most reliable ways to trade Russian stocks are by ways of American depository receipts or funds of Russian stocks traded as American depository receipts. An American depository receipt or ADR is a negotiable security that trades in the US financial markets. An ADR represents a security of a non-United States company and are called American depositary shares. An ADR is denominated in and pays dividends in US dollars. The best way to trade Russian stocks is using Level II or Level III American depository receipts. The best Russian stocks to trade will depend upon the results of both fundamental and technical analysis. First of all, what Russian stocks and funds trade as American depository receipts? List of Russian Stock ARDs • Lukoil • Qiwi • Luxoft • Sberbank • Gasprom • Norilsk Nickel • Voya Russia A • Vimpel-Communications • Mechel OAO • Rostelcom • Surgutneftgas List of Russian Fund ADRs • Central Europe, Russia and Turkey Fund • Direxion Daily Russian Bull 3x • Market Vectors Russia • IShares MSCI Russia Capped Index The Point of Level II and III American Depository Receipts The higher level ADRs must file with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. These foreign stocks must provide information similar to what US companies must file in order to trade on the NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX. This makes the information that you need to trade Russian stocks or any foreign stocks more reliable. The information is updated as with American stocks and reports are in English. Picking Russian Stocks to Trade The price of a stock is determined by what traders and investors are willing to pay. In today’s markets a major factor is the situation in Ukraine and sanctions being imposed on Russia by the European Union and the USA. Russian natural gas bound for Europe passes through Ukraine. A current issue is if Russia will cut off oil and/or gas supplies to Europe due to the current civil war in Ukraine and related politics. It may be profitable to trade Russian stocks in the oil and gas sector, banking sector or any sectors that could be affected by current events. Make Money Trading Russian Stocks When trading Russian oil stocks consider in general how to trade oil stocks. How to trade oil stocks is more than predicting when production will peak. How to trade oil stocks has to do with knowing who has and is developing the technology to successfully tap deep-sea reserves and successfully pump oil from the depths. A company with the technology to do so successfully will be a good long-term investment. The fact that western companies may be hesitant to invest in Russia may significantly deter the use of new technology in the development of Russian oil fields. Trading strategies will vary by trader but if you trade Russian stocks you will need to pay attention to current events and stick with American Depository Receipts in order to have the most accurate information to work with. http://youtu.be/0qnGpkguP5s
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Old Friends Reunited Through Trade! 10 Billions Dollars to Flow Between Russia and Vietnam
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 There won't be any winners in the trade war that was unleashed by the West, said Dmitry Medvedev today as part of his comment on why the APEC summit ended without a final statement. A good example of an effective cooperation is the Russian-Vietnamese relationship. Medvedev ended his visit to Hanoi by signing a number of new agreements and contracts.
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Illegal animal trade Stock Footage; exotic pets Sale in Russian street market
 
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http://www.tvdata.tv Illegal animal trade in Moscow Sales of exotic pets and animals in Moscow street market Preview and license more animal stock footage - via TVDATA.tv At markets it is not just birds from an aviary or rabbits you can buy, the trade in exotic animals goes on behind closed doors. Reptiles, birds of prey, and monkeys all fetch a steep price. The journey to Russia is a tale of neglect, with many animals dying en-route from starvation or exposure. And even for the few that get to Russia, it is a deadly lottery whose home they will end up in.
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Poland: Sanction-hit farmer hungry for trade with Russia
 
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VideoID: 20140820-023 M/S Tractor driving between rows of plants W/S Tractor spraying plants W/S Rows of plants C/U Plants SOT, Grzegorz Olczak, Farmer from Tarczyn (in Polish) "First of all, I can't believe that Poles could eat all the Polish apples right away. Anyway, we are losing strong mutual ties between us, the producers and the buyer in Russia. So we are looking for other markets beyond the European Union. For the last two weeks we've received requests for Polish apples from countries such as the USA, Canada, Japan, etc. We are considering our options all the time and we hope to send some amount of production to the other markets, but there's no doubt it's not going to be possible in one season." M/S Tractor driving SOT, Grzegorz Olczak, Farmer from Tarczyn (in Polish) "We are counting on export for those markets, but the biggest expectation is the possibility to export apples to Russian markets this year, as it's still beneficial for both sides." W/S Plants C/U Plants SCRIPT Polish apple farmer Grzegorz Olczak spoke out about how the recent Russian agricultural embargo has affected his business during an interview from his orchard in Tarczyn, Wednesday. Olczak says Polish farmers are "losing strong mutual ties between us, the producers and the buyer in Russia" after access to the Russian market was cut off. He continued, saying that trade with Russia is beneficial for both sides. From August 8, Russia began restricting agricultural imports from countries which had imposed sanctions against it. This has implications not only the Polish agricultural sector but a number of European countries are affected, as they used to rely on the Russian market for a substantial proportion of their agricultural exports. Poland used to sell some 70,000 tonnes of fruit and Greece exported 160,000 tonnes of fruit to Russia in 2013. Dutch fruit and vegetable sales amounted to €600 million (USD $700 million) last year. On Tuesday the Polish Minister for Agriculture asked the European Commission to complain about Russia's actions to the World Trade Organisation. A number of European countries also demanded a compensation for the disruption of the market. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Day Trading In Russian
 
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Welcome to the Russian market
 
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Welcome to The Danish Trade Council in Russia. Get the latest info about the Russian business environment in various sectors. Russia is a good place to do business
Russian Stock Market Trading Halted
 
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Russian Stock Mkt Trading Halted - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/alex-jones-hammering-truth
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Russian shares plummet amid chaotic trading
 
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1. Wide of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 2. MICEX entrance 3. Wide of MICEX interior 4. Mid of staff 5. Set up of equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank, Ovanes Oganisian 6. Oganisian talking to Renaissance colleague 7. Close up of woman typing 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ovanes Oganisian, equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank: "The market has been dropping and rising by 20 per cent and it is hard to trade or to make decisions in such conditions. It is especially hard for local investors, who work at the internal stock markets: they don't have any guarantee that the stock exchange would not be closed tomorrow and whether they would have to keep what they bought today, until the global situation changes. That is why the investors, especially local ones, work in a situation that looks like chaos." 9. Close up of sign 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ovanes Oganisian, equity analyst with Renaissance Capital investment bank: "The Russian market now mainly follows the global markets: what is happening at the global markets influences the Russian market. But the Russian market's reaction is worse, it shows more negative dynamics than the global markets amid the decrease in oil prices." 11. Wide of Moscow street 12. Close and tilt down currency exchange rates on board in street 13. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Maria, no last name given, Moscow citizen, vox pop: "I don't believe that anyone, including our government, can make any prognosis now. I think that in reality no-one understands what is going on. That is why we can say that everything is all right, but I don't see any reasons for that." 14. Wide of bank 15. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ekaterina Klimova, pensioner, vox pop: "I trust (Vladimir) Putin most of all. Although I do not agree with him on everything, but what he did for the country. At least we (Russia) managed to come out of the debt hole, and we have some savings now, yes, I do trust him. I don't have any grounds not to trust (our government)." 16. Wide of street STORYLINE: Russia's battered stock market was in chaos on Thursday afternoon as plunging shares led regulators to stop and restart trading several times. Regulators had closed the major MICEX index after early trading on Thursday saw a slump of 10 percent in their composite index. But they re-opened trading a half-hour later. Investors are working "in a situation that looks like chaos", said Ovanes Oganisian, an equity analyst with the Renaissance Capital investment bank in Moscow. Russia's stock market has been declining for weeks as fears grow over the financial crisis and sliding oil prices. The MICEX was down almost 9 percent at 590.9 by 2:20 pm (1020 GMT) after the pause. The other main exchange, RTS, was 2 percent down at 622 points following an hour-long suspension. Regulators have repeatedly suspended trading on the two exchanges in recent weeks as the price of shares has swung widely mostly downward. Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin warned on Wednesday that the government may have to tap into its massive rainy-day reserves to help Russia through the economic crisis and declining oil profits. On the streets of Moscow, there were various opinions about the financial situation in Russia. The majority said that despite having little understanding of the unstable situation in the Russian and the world economy, they still trusted the Russian government and the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Russia is the world's second largest oil producer, and government finances have been sharply affected by weaker oil prices, with crude near 55 US dollars a barrel on Thursday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/921b4b5fb5d63a4184522cff9b7fd351 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lebanon's Illegal Arms Dealers
 
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With Lebanon's security situation worsening every day, business is booming for the country's illegal arms dealers. With a porous border with Syria next door and vast stockpiles of weapons left over from the country's civil war, anyone with enough cash can buy any weapon they want, no questions asked - so VICE News went window shopping to see what's available. Click here to subscribe to VICE News now: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Sign up for the Beta at http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/
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Putin Works Out New Agreement With Tajikistan! Trade Deals and Russian Language Schools Opened!
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Five Russian schools will soon open in various cities of Tajikistan. The agreement between the two countries was signed today in Moscow. It's one of the results of Vladimir Putin's meeting with his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon. In addition, the presidents agreed to create a simplified customs corridor to increase the number of fruit and vegetable shipments to Russia.
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Opening of joint trading by Russia's united MICEX-RTS exchange
 
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(19 Dec 2011) 1. Mid shot of Alexander Voloshin (left of screen), former Kremlin Chief of Staff, now leading a working group on setting up an international financial centre in Russia, and Dmitry Pankin (right of screen), head of the Federal Financial Market Service, listening to countdown and ringing a symbolic bell at the opening ceremony of Moscow's joint stock exchange as trading started 2. Wide of opening ceremony with confetti flying 3. Close up of ruble-denominated MICEX stock exchange and dollar-denominated RTS stock exchange sign 4. Wide of opening session, confetti on floor 5. Mid shot journalists and traders at the opening session 6. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Sergei Shvetsov, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Central Bank: "We should make the Russian market convenient for equity issuers and create technologies that will make investment easy and convenient for the domestic investor. In this sense, the exchange should become a centre of self-regulation and involvement in the establishment of financial markets." 7. Mid of journalists and traders 8. Close up of computer monitor 9. Wide of opening ceremony STORYLINE: Russia's two main stock exchanges completed their official merger on Monday, hoping to increase transparency and liquidity and attract foreign listings. Although the ruble-denominated MICEX and the dollar-denominated RTS combined their businesses, stocks continue to be listed in both currencies, and the two indexes keep trading separately. The merger is part of the Russian government's plan to encourage Russian and foreign equity issuers to IPO their companies in Moscow, rather than London or other global financial centres. "We should make the Russian market convenient for equity issuers and create technologies that will make investment easy and convenient for the domestic investor," Sergei Shvetsov, deputy chairman of the Russian Central Bank, said at the merger ceremony. This is the first step that Russian authorities have undertaken to make Russia's financial markets more investor-friendly. Russia is also about to open a central securities depositary which will allow foreign funds to own their own shares directly, which will open the market to a larger pool of foreign investors. Officials have also announced plans to allow Russian companies to float 100 percent of their stocks abroad - up from the 25 percent allowed now. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e8118c31c88b4c815e1987f11aa6e145 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia turns to China with landmark gas pipeline
 
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► Read Trade war risks dominates investors' radar screens https://on.ft.com/2GyAITP ► Subscribe to FT.com here:http://bit.ly/2GakujT Russia's most ambitious energy project since the fall of the Soviet Union - the Power of Siberia - will be its first gas pipeline to head east, opening up a Chinese market worth $400bn amid souring relations with the west. The FT's Henry Foy reports. Filmed and presented by Henry Foy. Produced by Dan Garrahan and Joe Sinclair. Edited by Paolo Pascual. Additional footage from Reuters. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs ► Read Moscow thanks UK for helping Putin win landslide vote in Russia: http://on.ft.com/2pthnNt For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Russian market review 6.9
 
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Watch our market review for the London session, Tuesday, Sep 6 - Russian
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NEWS BLOOPER: Russian TV Anchor Blacks Out While Interviewing Trade Minister Of Russia
 
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Trading halted in Russia after steep falls
 
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1. Wide of city street 2. Mid of people walking along 3. Wide exterior tilt down of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. Close up of sign above entrance 6. Wide interior of the MICEX trading floor 7. Close up of a trader looking at a computer 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "To a large extent, what is happening on the Russian market is connected with the situation on the world markets. The Asian market dropped rather low during the previous day of trading, the main European indices are dropping and so are the American indices. Everything depends now on the overall world situation." 9. Wide of trading floor 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "There are many investors who are closing their positions. This doesn't mean they simply take the money out because they don't like shares of Russian companies. This is happening for other reasons. This happens when a company, for instance an investment bank, experiences difficulties with cash to pay debt or service loans. So they start selling shares mostly on developing markets, including Russia." 11. Mid of city street 12. SOUNDBITE: (Russia) Dmitry (no surname given), Industrial Manager, vox pop,: "I think everybody will be affected. Any financial crisis tells the state of the economy, and inflation, at least, is going to go up for sure." 13. Wide of city street 14. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox pop, Nina Georgievna, Pensioner, vox pop: "My family will hardly be affected. My husband and I are pensioners and I think things cannot get any worse than now." 15. Wide of city street STORYLINE: Trading on both of Russia's stock exchanges was suspended on Monday after shares fell more than 15 percent on the back of falling oil prices and deepening fears about the global economy despite the passage of a 700 (b) billion dollar US bank bailout. Trading on MICEX, where most trading takes place, was shut down at 1:35 pm local time (0935GMT) for one hour after shares dropped by 15.4 percent to 781.8 points. The benchmark RTS, where trading was halted at 2:05 pm (1005GMT) local time for an hour, tumbled to its lowest point since August 2005, falling by 14.3 percent to drop below the 1,000-point mark at 917.8 points. Russia's stock market in recent years has boomed amid high prices for oil and natural gas but the market began falling sharply in midsummer amid concerns about government interference with businesses, and the drop accelerated as the global economic crisis intensified. Oil prices, the backbone of Russia's economy, have been sharply down in recent days, dropping to 90 US dollars a barrel, and investors have also been spooked by August's five-day war between Russia and Georgia. In September, growing financial turmoil in the United States sent the Russian stock markets into their biggest downward spiral since 1998. The MICEX lost 25 percent in just three days. Regulators have shut down the markets on several occasions in an effort to stem the decline. The government has also offered financial support to the stock markets, and a raft of relief measures to the banking sector, where liquidity is tight and confidence between banks at rock-bottom, leading to a seizure of interbank lending activity. The measures offered only short-term support to the stock markets, however, and buyers are still scarce on the market. Between July and mid-September, UralSib analysts estimate investors have pulled out more than 50 (b) billion US dollars from the country. After trading closed for the weekend in Russia, the US House of Representatives passed a 700 (b) billion dollar bailout plan at the second attempt. Banking stocks were among the worst hit in Russia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9af7d630db746ed6b1c058dfd7dc0e9a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia - Stock market under pressure
 
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T/I: 10:36:32 President Boris Yeltsin moved to calm panicky financial markets Thursday (28/5), vowing to defend the ruble and announcing a crackdown on tax cheats to ease a government cash crisis which triggered the market turmoil. Yeltsin's move seemed to have a steadying effect on the ruble at any rate. It clawed back some lost ground Thursday, trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange at 6.149 to the dollar, above the minimum floor set by the Central Bank. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 27/05 WS exterior stock market, WS interior stock market, Vs people working in the market at computers and speaking on phones; CU stock prices on electronic board, Man writing down prices, WS people at desks; SOT stock market president Alexei Vlasov in Russian "Today it is already clear, the market opened higher. The corporate bond market opened in the following way: yesterday it fell 15% after the central bank raised its inter-bank (Lombard) short term interest rates to 150% Today the stock market rose by 5%." CA people in market; SOT stock market president Alexei Vlasov in Russian "If the ruble is devalued, that means that foreign capital will flee the Russian market" WS stock market. 1.41 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1252d5cd87012a1205a9e146fd8851d0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Stock Market Closed Indefinitely
 
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*UPDATE* On causes of the outage on April 23, 2012 and undertaken measures A thorough review of circumstances associated with the outage of the Equities market main section on April 23, 2012 was conducted by MICEX-RTS technical team and industry experts. The analysis pointed to the error in processing a market transaction that triggered fault of the trading system's real time backup solution. Because of that the gateways were unable to verify the validity of distributed data, which in its turn resulted in a halt of orders and trades information being refreshed. The root cause is identified as a simultaneous failure of the software and the hardware that provide redundancy for the trading system. To eliminate effects of the outage, by the start of trading on the 24th of April, 2012 the faulty hardware unit powering the MICEX-RTS Stock Exchange trading system was replaced. In addition, the set of default outage scenarios has been adjusted. A special test environment was assembled to continue probing and simulating a wider set of outage scenarios. A working group has been established for comprehensive examination and analysis of the outage causes, development of the rectification measures and recommendations to mitigate the risks of reoccurrence. This is not a drill. http://rts.micex.ru/n610/?nt=201 Established in 1992 to handle currency transactions from the former Gosbank of the USSR, MICEX is the largest, most liquid, and bestorganized financial exchange in Russia. It is the model for the nationwide system of currency, equity, and derivatives trading spanning Russia's eight main financial centers. The MICEX Group includes the MICEX Stock Exchange, the MICEX Settlement House, the National Depositary Center, and regional exchanges. Since 1997, the MICEX has calculated the MICEX Index, which is the leading Russian stock market indicator. MICEX's electronic trading and depository system links more than 1,500 remote workstations installed in banks and other financial institutions in 50 cities in Russia and abroad to the exchange. More than 270 broker systems are connected to the MICEX trading system, which serves clients via the Internet; about 50% of securities transactions are conducted through the Internet. The year 2004 marked the completion of the formation of a unified national currency market in Russia, with the unification of the Russia Unified Trading Session (UTS) and the System of Electronic Lot Trades (SELT). Trading hours for listed and unlisted securities are 10:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., Monday through Friday. Trading for eurobonds is from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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American investors withdrew from the Russian stock more than billion to $1.6
 
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For the fourth straight month, foreign investors reduce investments in the assets of the Russian Federation. During this time, they brought the Russian stock more than $1.6 billion — the maximum outflow for the last three and a half years. The flight of investors is due to unfulfilled expectations regarding the rapprochement between the United States and Russia, the aggravation of the corporate conflict between "Rosneft" and AFK "Sistema", and the fall in oil prices. Data Emerging Portfolio Fund Research (EPFR) show that foreign investors continue to reduce investment in funds oriented to the Russian stock market. According to "Kommersant", based on data from "Renaissance Capital", the amount of funds withdrawn from such funds in the week ending June 28, exceeded $83 million Almost continuous outflow of foreign investments from the Russian market proceeds from the end of February. In General, over the four months it exceeded $1.6 billion. Outflows from Russian funds occurs on the background of their inflow to the assets of other developing countries. According to EPFR, last week funds emerging markets attracted almost $1.9 billion, and in four months — almost $28 billion in the Russian stock market was among the outsiders. More funds were derived only from China ($4 billion), but the size of this market significantly more Russian. Leaders in attracting funds from the BRIC countries were India and Brazil funds have four months invested $2.6 billion and $1 billion respectively. The recovery in oil prices had no impact on the Russian currency More resources of Russian funds lost only three and a half years ago. Investors then were concerned about the actions of the Federal reserve scaling back monetary stimulus and low growth economies of developing countries, including Russian. Since August 2013 for the seven months of almost continuous flight of investors Russian funds lost $2,47 billion, and all funds focused on emerging markets, has lost more than $44 billion. The current negative investor perception of the Russian market contribute primarily internal risks, which led to the deterioration of the investment climate in the country. In the first place — unjustified expectations about the rapprochement between Washington and Moscow after the election of a new President of the United States. In June, the U.S. Senate has prepared a bill to expand anti-Russian sanctions. On Wednesday, the EU Council also extended sectoral sanctions against Russia. On Friday, Moscow has taken retaliatory action, extending the limitations. "The illusion of normalization of relations between Russia and the West has definitively disappeared. Quotes of Russian shares dropped to the levels that started the rally in the second half of 2016,"— said the Director of analytical Department IK "Region" Valery Weisberg. Why MTS was arrested Reduces the attractiveness of ruble assets and the worsening of the corporate conflict between "Rosneft" and AFK "System". "The situation around AFK "System" certainly does not improve the investment climate in the Russian market, however the impact of this history on the market was limited essentially by the dynamics of quotations of securities of the holding company and partially MTS,"— said the head of the investment Department of "Raiffeisen Capital" Vladimir Vedeneyev. The pessimistic mood of foreign investors contributes to the low efficiency of the agreement OPEC+ since global oil reserves are declining much slower than expected. As OPEC+ gave minus The price of Brent crude last week fell to $45 per barrel — the lowest level since 14 November last year. Even with the subsequent recovery (increase of 6%) at the end of Friday's trading price has stayed around $47,4 per barrel, which is 11% below the levels preceding the may OPEC's decision on prolongation of the agreement on the limitation of oil production (see “Kommersant” on 26 may). "Oil prices decreased significantly on the background of the frustration associated with the increase in US production and a lack of progress in the reduction of oil reserves in OECD countries, is not conducive to investment in Russian shares",— said Vladimir Vedeneev. Stepan Demura Channel степан демура июль 2017 последнее
RR0222/B  Russia/China: Border
 
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SHOTLIST Heihe, Heilongjiang Province, China (Recent): pan across river, ferryboat arriving at Heihe dock, Russian patrol boat; (File - 1969): Sino-Russian border skirmish; Blagoveshchensk, Russia (Recent): Russian soldiers patrolling river, Russian soldiers at barracks; Heihe, China (Recent): Chinese soldiers in classroom, Chinese soldiers going on river patrol, SOT: (Mandarin) Chinese soldier, Chinese on patrol; Blagoveshchensk, Russia (recent): truck carrying scrap metal at border, border guards checking, timber on river, timber on boat; Heihe, China (Recent): Ferries arriving in Heihe with Russian couriers, couriers packing their loads, SOT: (Russian) Russian courier, couriers being paid; Blagoveshchensk, Russia (Recent): Chinese market, police patrolling Chinese market, SOT: (Russian) Chinese trader; Heihe, China (Recent): Russian market; Blagoveshchensk, Russia (Recent): Fascist graffiti on riverbank; Russian Far East (File - 1999): Fascists at rally, SOT: (Russian) Fascist leader, burning Chinese flag; Blagoveshchensk, Russia (Recent): ferry on river, SOT: (Russian) Russian courier, exterior casino, prostitutes in casinos, Chinese gamblers in casino, SOT: (Russian) Viktor Cheremisin, Blagoveshchensk Deputy Mayor; Heihe, China (Recent): Chinese children going to Russia, Russians visiting China (APTN) STORYLINE The Amur River forms the border between China and Russia in Russia's Far East. Although a mere 600 metres separates the two sides they couldn't be more different. The booming Chinese city of Heihe and its poor sister across the river, Blagoveshchensk, Russia, provide a stark example of the recent economic fortunes of the two countries. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/61ccb76c312c66358ccb557dd9fda652 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP US financial plan mooted; French, Russian markets soar in response
 
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SHOTLIST AP Television Paris, France - 19 September, 2008 1. Various shots inside trading room at Richelieu Finance (a French fund management and financial services group) 2. Nathalie Pelras, Head of Equity Management, Richelieu Finance, on the phone 3. Close of Pelras' eyes 4. SOUNDBITE: (French) Nathalie Pelras, Head of Equity Management, Richelieu Finance: "Today the French market is up more then 6 per cent, mainly thanks to the banks and insurance stocks. What explains this strong rise is what was announced yesterday in the United States: a plan of more then one thousand billion dollars to help the financial companies. And that is what is boosting the market. So technically we have a recovery. You have to remember that it decreased a lot recently and we still aren't back to the shares prices we had two weeks ago. So we will need more then these measures in order to make this boost last." 5. Traders at desks, working 6. Close of graphs on computer screen showing the evolution of the CAC-40 AP Television Moscow, Russia - 19 September, 2008 7. Interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 8. Various of traders 9. Cameramen 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Rybnikov, Director, Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) : "In the first half hour, the growth of the index, the technical index, which measures all of the stocks traded on MICEX stock exchange, increased by 15 percent which led to an automatic suspension of trading until an order by the federal securities market regulator, which we are expecting to receive, hopefully." 11. Cutaway 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Rybnikov, Director, Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX): "We think that the most deep phase of the crisis has already passed. We think that trust in the financial system is rebuilding again and we can see that judged by today's growth in the market." 13. Rybnikov on the phone POOL Washington DC, US - 18 September, 2008 14. Wide of meeting with congressional leaders seated to left of screen and US President George W Bush's administration officials to right 15. Push in to Christopher Cox, Chairman of US Securities and Exchange Commission, and US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke seated across table from US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 16. Pan to Pelosi, seated in between Senate Majority leader Harry Reid (to her right) and House Minority Leader John Boehner (to her left) 17. UPSOUND (English) Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House: "Good evening. I'm very pleased to welcome the Democratic and Republican leadership of the House and Senate, as well as the representatives of the administration led by Secretary Paulson and independent agencies, Mr. Chris Cox and Chairman Bernanke. Thank you all for joining us as we come together understanding that we have a financial crisis in our country, that we're here to work together for solutions that resolve that crisis in a way that insulates the tax payers, consumers, main street, from the crisis on Wall Street. Thank you all very much. Good night." POOL Washington DC, US - 18 September, 2008 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nancy Pelosi, US Speaker of the House: "Good evening. We just had what I believe was a very productive meeting where we heard from the administration and from the chairman of the Fed, an initiative to help resolve the financial crisis in our country. Our purpose is to do that and in doing so, to insulate Main Street from Wall Street and recognise our responsibility to the tax payer, to the consumer, and to people all across our country." 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Henry Paulson, US Treasury Secretary: 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ben Bernanke, Chairman of US Federal Reserve Bank: 21. Wide of officials exiting STORYLINE Germany's DAX added 3.9 percent. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1047099f3ef4596689432879d0c648b2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian market review 5 9
 
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Watch our market review for the London session, Monday, Sep 5 - Russian
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Evropolymer Trading - (Polystar's Agent in Russia) | Interplastica 2019 @Moscow
 
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This PRM-Taiwan interview video is recorded at Interplastica 2019, Russia. Interviewee: Andrey Habibulin / Managing Director Company Type: Agency Evropolymer is a local Russian agency representing Polystar. Let us get an in depth inside look on their perspectives of the Russian market. In this interview, Andrey shares with us the trend of local demands and how the economic situation is shifting in Russia. PRM-Taiwan B2B Platform http://www.prm-taiwan.com/ PRM Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PRMTaiwan/
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Armenia to join Russian-led trading bloc
 
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Many Armenians worry membership of the Eurasian Economic Custom Union will lead to higher prices for EU imports. Robin Forestier-Walker reports. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Russian stocks plunge nearly 20 percent
 
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1. Wide of city street 2. Mid of people walking along 3. Wide exterior tilt down of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. Close up of sign above entrance 6. Wide interior of the MICEX trading floor 7. Close up of a trader looking at a computer 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "There are many investors who are closing their positions. This doesn't mean they simply take the money out because they don't like shares of Russian companies. This is happening for other reasons. This happens when a company, for instance, an investment bank, experiences difficulties with cash to pay debt or service loans. So they start selling shares mostly on developing markets, including Russia." 9. Wide pan of interior Alfa Bank 10. Mid of trader 11. Setup of Ronald Smith, head of research and chief strategist of Alfa Bank 12. Close-up of computer screen 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Smith, Head of Research and Chief Strategist, Alfa Bank: "They suspend trading when the market falls above a certain level or below a certain level. In terms of percentage we easily broke those levels today. They waited a bit and then shut down trading. We just opened in the last 30 minutes and it looks like the fall has resumed it hasn't done us certainly a lot of good in this case. In the past it has done some good. Probably because it gave more of a distance time to step back and take a breather. With western markets down five, six, seven percent it's just the wrong environment for such a move to happen to do much good. 14. Wide of Citibank interior 15. Mid of people talking 16. Set-up of Selim Ergoz, Vice President and Head of Consumer Lending at Citibank 17. Cutaway of Citibank credit card 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Selim Ergoz, Vice President and Head of Consumer Lending at Citibank: "The banks which have been traditionally borrowing money in order to build assets in their balance sheets are probably going to face more difficulties than banks which have been having more deposits, retail deposits or corporate deposits so in that sense I believe that sort of banking model is going to slow down or maybe even disappear in the short term." 19. Mid of city street 20. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vox pop, Nina Georgievna, Pensioner, vox pop: "My family will hardly be affected. My husband and I are pensioners and I think things cannot get any worse than now." 21. Wide of city street STORYLINE: Trading was suspended on Russia's main stock markets twice on Monday as shares went into free fall on the back of falling oil prices and deepening fears about the global economy despite the passage of a 700 (b) billion US dollar bank bailout in the United States. Trading on MICEX - where most trading takes place - was shut down for a second time at 3:10 p.m. (1110GMT) for two hours after shares dropped by 16.7 percent to 770.2 points. The benchmark RTS - where trading was halted for a second time at 3:30 p.m. (1130GMT) for two hours - tumbled to its lowest point since August 2005, falling by 15.7 percent to drop below the 1,000-point mark at 903.2 points. In September, growing financial turmoil in the United States and a wave of margin calls sent the Russian stock markets into their biggest downward spiral since 1998. The MICEX lost 25 percent in just three days, and prompted regulators to shut down the markets stem the decline. They have since used that tool on several occasions when falls have become severe - to lesser effect. Russia's stock market in recent years has boomed amid high prices for oil and natural gas. But the market began falling sharply in midsummer amid concerns about government interference with businesses, and the drop accelerated as the global economic crisis intensified. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bf56ce0fbec708f823d9c9e9751988a0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian ruble trading at highs
 
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The US dollar and, surprisingly, the Russian ruble are in high demand in the currency market. The New Year holiday is coming in Russia and many other countries. Traders are preparing for the new year of 2017 going on holidays. The Russian currency leads in the dollar-ruble pair. In Moscow, the ruble opened with a rise against the US dollar and the pair dropped to 60.21 from 60.60. Currency strategists expect the dollar-ruble pair to hit 60.10 levels. Moscow Exchange will not close on the New Year holidays, so the ruble would keep resisting the greenback. The Russian currency usually follows the crude price dynamics. Oil prices are rising on Thursday despite the report prepared by the American Petroleum Institute that showed a rise in crude stockpiles. Today, the US Energy Department will release the official crude inventories data. However, lately the market has been ignoring the statistics. Currently investors hone in on actions of OPEC and Russia on production curb. However, the ruble is supported not only by rising black gold, but also by Russia’s upbeat data. According to Markit, manufacturing business activity growth in Russia accelerated to a record level. The manufacturing PMI edged up to the 5-year high of 53.7 in December from 53.6 in November. Analysts had projected a drop in the indicator to 52. Experts say that a better economic situation in Russia is linked to an increase in production and new orders. However, the new job count is still at lows. Analysts point out that is characteristic of the start of economic upturn. As for the Russian ruble, the currency strategists consider the end of 2016 the best end for the ruble. https://www.instaforex.com/
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Russian stocks drop, trading halted
 
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Wide of MICEX exterior 1. Close up of entrance 2. Wide pan of trading floor 3. Close up of trader 4. Wide of trading traders behind a glass wall 5. Wide skyscrapers in Moscow's business centre 6. Tilt of building 7. Wide of Renaissance Capital investment bank office 8. Various of bankers at desks 9. Set-up shot of Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital: "So if Russian investors are seeing the oil price down around forty dollars, fifty dollars - well that affects the equity market, and in real terms, it definitely affects GDP growth. Now, if we see GDP growth going down to around five and a half percent, as the finance minister suggested over the weekend, that will trim the expectations for the Russian economy, and the power of the Russian consumer. And i think that's a very real, and significant impact from the credit crunch." 11. Pan of office 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital: "Many domestic players in the Russian players in the Russian market are viewing this week as a crunch week. There's a lot of news flow-out. Not just have we got the rhetorical support from the G-7 and from the European leaders, we now have to see that actually implemented. We have a lot of the US bank results coming out this week - JP Morgan, Citigroup - are the big names. So investors will be keeping an eye on news flow as well as economic data, its course is extremely important. So any indications of an easing of economic growth of further troubles for the US housing market will be digested in Russia as (inaudible) being very important." 13. Various of office 14. Wide of street 15. People walking 16. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Mikhail Pavlovich, pensioner: "I don't have any savings, but I think it will be very difficult for Russia too, not to mention Europe, it will be very difficult for Russia. We live now quite far from the peak (of the crisis), but I think it will get worse." 17. Mid of men talking 18. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Svetlana, shop assistant: "Money is being spent much quicker now. You go shopping, bring your purchases home and then you see that you have bought just a few things, almost nothing - and the money is gone." 19. Wide of people walking past currency exchange offices STORYLINE: Russian stocks dropped on Monday on declining world oil prices and new struggles for control of the world's largest nickel miner, prompting regulators to suspend trading on one of the country's two exchanges. The ruble-denominated MICEX was down 5 percent when trading was halted just after 3 p.m. (1100 GMT). The other exchange, the RTS, was down 6 percent. Trading had resumed on Monday for the first time since regulators halted operations on Friday after a seesaw week. Tom Mundy, equity strategist for the investment bank Renaissance Capital, said the market was reacting Monday to oil prices, which hovered 80 US dollars a barrel Monday. MICEX opened with lofty gains initially on speculation that the government might have started buying stocks following, implementing a plan announced last week by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to spend billions of rubles on stocks. The Federation Council on Monday approved an anti-crisis package, that includes increasing deposit insurance for private bank accounts and authorising the Central Bank to provide unsecured loans to banks. Putin called Monday for quicker implementation of the measures. The turmoil, along with Russia's war in August with Georgia and plummeting commodity prices, have helped make Russian markets among the world's worst-performing. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3944c5df1428eac1961906e5d6ea494a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian market review 7.9
 
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Watch our market review for the London session, Wednesday, Sep 7 - Russian
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Reax after US sanctions hit Russian banks; reax from German stock market
 
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The Moscow offices of three major Russian banks appeared to be open as usual on Wednesday, despite being targeted by US sanctions. However stocks took a tumble in the Russian capital in early trading, prompting a promise from Russia's central bank that it would support financial institutions hit by the sanctions. In an online statement, the bank promised to "take adequate measures" to support targeted institutions. Russia's state-owned VTB bank was down 0.5 percent on Wednesday morning. Other major banks that were left unscathed by sanctions, such as the country's largest, Sberbank, were trading higher. Russia's MICEX benchmark index added 2.3 percent from its previous closing. US officials said on Tuesday that roughly 30 percent of Russia's banking sector assets are now constrained by sanctions. US and European officials hope the new round of sanctions targeting energy and defence entities, as well as major banks, will impact Russia's economy even further and force President Vladimir Putin to end provocations in Ukraine. Some Russians have concerns about the sanctions, while others say the US and EU will suffer just as much. "I have some concerns for my own savings. And in general, the situation is not stable." said Indira Minigazimova, from the city of Ufa. However Moscow resident Yevgeni Razdorsky told AP Television he thought the sanctions would "bring harm to our partners in the EU and the US." Some analysts warned on Wednesday that Germany in particular could suffer as a consequence of the sanctions. Robert Halver, Head of market research at Baader Bank in Germany told AP Television "German medium sized companies, the backbone of the German economy, and not so much the major industrial enterprises are negatively affected." Halver also warned that Russia could create counter sanctions, affecting gas deliveries. However that step was unlikely as Russia needed the money, he added. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b5a73b6deef4a4b37fdd5096b1fd4b77 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian trading tips 5.9
 
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Watch our top trading tips for Monday, Sep 5 - Russian
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The Russian Market
 
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Russia is one of the largest markets in the world and has immense potential for trade and business. Here is a short introduction that will help you understand the importance of the Russian market in the coming years...
Peter Halloran:  Bringing $8bn to the Russian Capital Markets
 
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Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Peter Halloran is the Founder and CEO of the Pharos Financial Group, a private investment firm that has delivered 10 year annualized returns of +23.2% specializing in the capital markets of Russia and the former Soviet Union. Peter has been a pioneer in the development of the Russian capital markets since their inception, bringing over $8bn in capital to the region through equity, debt, and private placements. He produced Russia's first local IPO in 2002, helping to further evolve domestic markets and creating a template for bringing a company public in Russia that is still used today. Peter Halloran is the Founder and CEO of the Pharos Financial Group, a private investment firm that has delivered 10 year annualized returns of +23.2% specializing in the capital markets of Russia and the former Soviet Union In this Opalesque.TV interview, Peter Halloran talks about his early hands-on experience in working with local Russian bureaucrats and exchanges to modify outdated Soviet-era legislation in order to advance the fledgling Russian capital markets. He gives us insight into the launch of Pharos, and how he utilizes his insider perspective of Russian markets to facilitate and diversify investment capabilities for his investors. (Insert Image) Learn about: • Privatization vouchers and the early Russian debt market • The first local Russian IPO • Foundation of the Pharos Financial Group • How Pharos survived 2008-2009 • Outstanding opportunities in Russian equities About Peter: Peter Halloran graduated from Yale University (BA 1984) and spent ten years in New York working on Wall Street with Salomon Brothers, Morgan, Grenfell & Co., and CS First Boston. He worked as the principal contributor toward building the CS First Boston equity and fixed income brokerage businesses in Russia and the CIS, and from 1995 through 1997 managed a $300m proprietary trading account while being responsible for all equity trading, research and sales at CSFB in Moscow. During his tenure CSFB became the top-rated broker as measured by research ranking, trading volume and profitability. From 2000 to 2002, in addition to his duties with Pharos, Peter served as chairman of Aton Capital Group and held a stake in the company. Under his guidance that company launched the first local Russian IPO and became a leading Russian investment bank which has since been acquired by Unicredito for $424m.
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China to Launch Yuan Swap Trading with Russian Ruble On Monday!
 
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http://www.undergroundworldnews.com So while the US continues to parade with "destroying" the Russian economy, even if it means crushing the shale industry, aka the only bright spot, and high-paying job-creating industry in the US economy over the past 5 years, Russia and China continue to be nudged by the west ever closer monetarily and strategically, until one day, as we have long predicted, China and Russia will announce a joint currency, one backed by both China's "surprising" gold reserves and Russia's commodity hoard. Then things will get interesting. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-12-26/china-launch-yuan-swap-trading-russian-rubles-monday
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99% sure of Russian market is strong
 
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Ms Maria Vrady of Kmobile in the Ukraine give great insight into the Ukraine and Russian markets on the mobile phone wholesale trading front
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Trading Chaos Expert (Russian)
 
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Эксперт нового поколения для интернет-трейдинга на платформе МТ5. Автор http://moremoney.stanilevych.com/itradechaos-signalspanel-mt5 Загрузка эксперта по ссылке http://www.mql5.com/ru/market/product/437
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Marc Faber: Obvious Donald Trump Trade Is To Own Russian And Kazakhstan Assets | CNBC
 
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Marc Faber, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report Editor & Publisher, weighs in on the market reaction to Donald Trump's presidential victory and what he sees as opportunities in his administration. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC Marc Faber: Obvious Donald Trump Trade Is To Own Russian And Kazakhstan Assets | CNBC
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Russian national money sheds 4% at opening of Moscow trading
 
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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says Moscow will correct the situation on the currency markets as soon as possible. He said while the low oil prices and Western sanctions have taken their toll, the problem is that the ruble was undervalued. A Russian deputy finance minister earlier said that the government would sell foreign currency as much and as long as necessary to support the ruble. On Wednesday, the ruble dropped four percent and traded at around 70 per dollar in Moscow. The Russian currency has lost around 60 percent of its value against the US dollar since the beginning of this year. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram @ http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
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Germany-Stock Exchange reaction to Russian economy
 
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T/I: 10:43:47 The Frankfurt stock exchange on Monday (24/08) reacted negatively to the political turmoil in Russia, amid fears of further political uncertainty after President Boris Yeltsin sacked his government. Analysts said the move would add insult to injury for sickly financial markets, and the Dax index went down as news of further financial uncertainty reached traders. SHOWS: FRANKFURT, GERMANY, 24/08 WS exterior stock market; MS man exiting stock exchange; VS brokers trading; VS interior stock exchange, traders, WS index board showing index going down; VS trading floor; SOT Hans-Peter Heidt, Credit Reform - Financial Information Service (in German): "Uncertainties are definitely there, we can see it on the Dax today. Between the high and low we had 130 points. Brokers are unsettled as we are waiting for assurances from the Russian Government especially in the banking sector. I expect the Dax to go up two to three hundred points"; MS index board; (Question: Do you think German investors will pull out of Russia, given the present uncertainty there ?) SOT Hans-Peter Heidt (in German): "We want to give the Russian economy a positive influence and we see possiblilty for cheap investment at the moment"; VS trading floor; 1.55 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9e1b089fdcf0390cb8f6dd492035ca80 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Central Bank scraps currency controls, letting ruble trade freely
 
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With the Russian ruble in a nosedive under the pressure of Western sanctions and slumping oil prices, the country's central bank decided on Monday to scrap currency controls and let the ruble float freely on the currency markets. The bank has been burning through its 400 billion US dollars in reserves to soften the drop in the ruble, which has lost about half its value since the start of the year as investors pulled money out of Russia and the economy headed toward recession. It spent 30 billion US dollars last month alone - an unsustainable rate. On Monday, the central bank said it would let the market decide what value to give the ruble, which touched a record low of above 48 to the dollar on Friday. It also warned, however, that it would be ready to intervene if necessary to maintain financial stability. A free float could see the ruble depreciate further in the longer term, stoking inflation and other economic problems for Russians. But investors welcomed the central bank's move as a necessary step protect the nation's hard currency reserves and curb market speculation. Chris Weafer, a financial analyst at Macro Advisory, said the regulator should have made the move earlier. Weafer however added that he foresaw further volatility in the market due to continuing tensions in Ukraine. Meanwhile, the ruble strengthened sharply on the news, trading up 3.6 percent at around 45 rubles a dollar in midday trading. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4dcee7f619a756a3edcdf523cd78f14f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian Ruble Strengthens in Thin Trade
 
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Russia's rouble strengthened on Thursday as exporters sold foreign currency in response to government pressure and to meet tax payments, but trading volumes were thin as many Western markets were closed for the Christmas Day holidays. Early Thursday, the rouble was 1.7 percent stronger against the dollar at 52.55 and gained 1.5 percent to trade at 64.53 versus the euro . The rouble earlier hit its highest against the dollar and euro since Dec. 4 and has trimmed its losses against the greenback to around 37 percent this year. http://news.yahoo.com/russian-rouble-strengthens-thin-trade-085128286--business.html http://www.wochit.com
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How to Invest in Russia and Yandex stock
 
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https://stockmarketLIVE.TV stock market Live News. Live Trading. Live Events. Stock Forecasts. Trading Courses. Earnings. Markets Live Analysis. The world's best stock market calls in the Russian stock market available at https://stockmarketLIVE.TV/ Vieira Trading calls Yandex stock top at $45 ahead of a stock crash in 2014. Yandex shares topped out at $45 exactly as Vieira predicted
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