Final settlement prices determined for FX futures contracts

MIL OSI – Source: Moscow Stock Exchange – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Final settlement prices determined for FX futures contracts

On 16 June 2016, the final settlement prices were determined for the following FX futures contracts:

ED-6.16: USD 1.1241 per EUR 1,
EU-6.16: RUB 74,121 per EUR 1,000,
CY-6.16: RUB 9.9813 per CNY 1,
AUDU-6.16: USD 0.7367 per AUD 1,
GBPU-6.16: USD 1.4163 per GBP 1,
UUAH-6.16: UAH 24.9045 per USD 1,
UJPY-6.16: JPY 104.36 per USD 1,
UCHF-6.16: CHF 0.9623 per USD 1,
UCAD-6.16: CAD 1.2970 per USD 1,
UTRY-6.16: TRY 2.9349 per USD 1.
For further information, please contact the Public Relations Department at (495) 363-3232.

Updated coefficients for Moscow Exchange indices to come into force

MIL OSI – Source: Moscow Stock Exchange – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Updated coefficients for Moscow Exchange indices to come into force


Index code
Currency
Index Name
Divisor
1
MICEXINDEXCF
RUB
MICEX Index
                    4 600 427 693.8886  
2
RTSI
USD
RTS Index
                       146 035 232.2299  
3
RTSSTD
USD
MICEX Index Blue Chip
                       590 310 712.5156  
4
MICEXSC
RUB
MICEX Second-Tier Index
                         43 197 121.9489  
5
RTS2
USD
RTS-2 Index
                           3 278 126.6221  
6
MICEXBMI
RUB
MICEX Broad Market Index
                    6 689 245 726.5071  
7
RUBMI
USD
RTS  Broad Market Index in USD
                       208 374 723.9205  
8
MICEXO&G
RUB
MICEX Oil and Gas Index
                       485 347 868.0456  
9
RTSog
USD
RTS Oil & Gas Index
                       249 992 344.3696  
10
MICEXPWR
RUB
MICEX Power Index
                       142 474 594.7244  
11
RTSeu
USD
RTS Electric Utilities Index
                         56 199 399.6988  
12
MICEXTLC
RUB
MICEX Telecommunication Index
                       215 097 552.0269  
13
RTStl
USD
RTS Telecom Index
                         70 156 459.0631  
14
MICEXM&M
RUB
MICEX Metals and Mining Index
                       130 446 110.0855  
15
RTSmm
USD
RTS Metals & Mining Index
                         62 055 111.7998  
16
MICEXMNF
RUB
MICEX Manufacturing Index
                         14 050 675.0928  
17
RTSin
USD
RTS Industrial Index
                           6 105 876.2885  
18
MICEXFNL
RUB
MICEX Financials Index
                         55 614 520.2891  
19
RTSfn
USD
RTS Finances Index
                         31 987 315.6728  
20
MICEXCGS
RUB
MICEX Consumer Goods and Services Index
                         19 847 974.7342  
21
RTScr
USD
RTS Consumer & Retail Index
                           8 763 044.5698  
22
MICEXCHM
RUB
MICEX Chemicals Index
                           7 763 038.1989  
23
RTSch
USD
RTS Chemicals Index
                           7 444 274.0586  
24
MICEXTRN
RUB
MICEX Transport Index
                         45 310 191.4655  
25
RTStn
USD
RTS Transport Index
                         18 543 470.5139  
26
MICEXINNOV
RUB
MICEX Innovation Index
                           6 453 404.6484  
27
RTSSIB
USD
MICEX Siberia Index
                           3 995 859.5570  

Results of auction for placement of the Russian Federation government bonds, issue # 29011RMFS on June 15, 2016

MIL OSI – Source: Moscow Stock Exchange – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Results of auction for placement of the Russian Federation government bonds, issue # 29011RMFS on June 15, 2016

Parameters of issue # 29011RMFS:

Maturity date: 29 January 2020.

Aggregate demand at par: 13349.059 mln. RUR.

Placed value at par: 6148.731 mln. RUR.

Minimal accepted price: 103.1602 %.

Yield at minimal accepted price: 11.2900 % per annum.

Weighted average price: 103.2344 %.

Yield at weighted average price: 11.2600 % per annum. For further information, please contact the Public Relations Department at (495) 363-3232.

Initial margin update for certain FX futures

MIL OSI – Source: Moscow Stock Exchange – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Initial margin update for certain FX futures

Due to the UK referendum on membership of the European Union on 23 June 2016, volatility in some instruments traded on Moscow Exchange may potentially increase. To mitigate risks to member firms and NCC Clearing Bank (the central counterparty), the Exchange will increase initial margin requirements as follows for EUR/USD and GBP/USD FX futures contracts that are most exposed to price fluctuations:

From 4.0% to 5.5% as of 1900 MSK on 20 June; and
From 5.5% to 7.0% as of 1900 MSK on 21 June.
After the referendum results are announced, the Exchange will review the margin requirements again.  For further information, please contact the Public Relations Department at (495) 363-3232.

Results of auction for placement of the Russian Federation government bonds, issue # 26217RMFS on June 15, 2016

MIL OSI – Source: Moscow Stock Exchange – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Results of auction for placement of the Russian Federation government bonds, issue # 26217RMFS on June 15, 2016

Parameters of issue # 26217RMFS:

Maturity date: 18 August 2021.

Aggregate demand at par: 23403.861 mln. RUR.

Placed value at par: 15000.000 mln. RUR.

Minimal accepted price: 93.9700 %.

Yield at minimal accepted price: 9.1800 % per annum.

Weighted average price: 94.0810 %.

Yield at weighted average price: 9.1500 % per annum. For further information, please contact the Public Relations Department at (495) 363-3232.

Klaus Ernst: EU muss Lehren aus Brexit ziehen: Weg mit TTIP und CETA

MIL OSI – Source: Die Linke – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Klaus Ernst: EU muss Lehren aus Brexit ziehen: Weg mit TTIP und CETA


„Dieser Preis ist zu hoch. Gerade in diesen unruhigen Zeiten können wir das Friedensprojekt Europa nicht riskieren. Doch es hat nur Zukunft, wenn es ein Europa für die Menschen wird – und nicht für die Wirtschaftsinteressen. Deshalb muss CETA gestoppt und die Verhandlungen über TTIP sofort abgebrochen werden. Dies wäre ein dringend notwendiges Signal, dass man die Zeichen der Zeit erkannt hat.“

The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №7 (36)

MIL OSI – Source: Razumkov Centre –

Headline: The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №7 (36)

It contains articles and interviews of the Centre’s experts on the most important issues of Ukraine’s life in the areas of national security and defence, economy, energy, internal and external policy.
In the issue: “Donbas elections: landmine for Europe”; “Constitutional changes regarding justice and decentralisation are two very different things”; “Major escalation of the Donbas conflict is possible only with participation of Russian troops” and other articles.
 The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №7 (36)

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Expert discussion “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”

MIL OSI – Source: Razumkov Centre –

Headline: Expert discussion “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”

On June 9, 2016 the Razumkov Centre, with support of the US Embassy in Ukraine, held an expert discussion titled “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”. The discussion was opened by Professor Alexander Motyl, a prominent Ukrainian-American historian and political scientist from Rutgers University.
Among the participants of the discussion were experts of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk, Mykola Sunhurovskyi, Viktor Zamiatin, as well as the representatives of a number of leading research institutions, namely M. Rozumnyi, M. Honchar, V. Fesenko, V. Martynyuk and O. Belokolos.

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Lecture for students of the Swedish Defence University

MIL OSI – Source: Razumkov Centre –

Headline: Lecture for students of the Swedish Defence University

On June 9, 2016, Oleksiy Melnyk, Co-Director, Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes, met with the group of students of the Swedish Defence University. The title of his presentation was “Armed Forces in the Antiterrorist Operation”. The legal framework and political constrains of military forces deployment, political constrains were among the main issues presented and discussed with the future leaders of the Swedish Armed Forces.
Read the text of the lecture “Armed Forces in the Antiterrorist Operation”

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The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №6 (35)

MIL OSI – Source: Razumkov Centre –

Headline: The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №6 (35)

It contains articles and interviews of the Centre’s experts on the most important issues of Ukraine’s life in the areas of national security and defence, economy, energy, internal, external and social policy.
In the issue: “Donbas elections: trap for Europe”; “OSCE is so far unable to deploy an effective military presence in Donbas”; “Whether or not Ukraine gets the next IMF tranche dependson whether the Government and IMF can meet halfway” and other articles.
 The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №6 (35)

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