The volume of trading on the Moscow Exchange this year exceeded a quadrillion rubles

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The volume of trading on the Moscow Exchange this year exceeded a quadrillion rubles

Like last year, the volume of trading on the Moscow Exchange this year exceeded one quadrillion rubles. Such a statement during the final briefing was made by the Chairman of the Board of the Moscow Exchange, Yuri Denisov, noting that this figure has already exceeded last year's total result.

About it сообщается in the Kommersant newspaper.

Denisov recalled that the total trading volume in 2021 amounted to 1,009 quadrillion rubles. Then, for the first time since the creation of the Moscow Exchange, it exceeded the quadrillion mark.

The money market redistributed money in the market and provided liquidity to all bidders

- said the head of the exchange.

The financier noted that this was largely due to the reduction in the timing of the placement of funds.

The growth in volumes in the money market is associated, among other things, with a reduction in the terms of placement of funds - from a week and a month to overnight

Denisov explained.

He came to the conclusion that this was the reason for the acceleration of the turnover of funds and. as a result, the growth of trading volumes.

According to the chairman of the Moscow Exchange, the Russian financial market has managed to adapt to the new difficult conditions and continue its activities while maintaining stability.


This week in the Russian Federation there was a fall in the exchange rate of the ruble against major foreign currencies. In particular, one US dollar began to cost 68,5 rubles, and one euro - 72,6 rubles.
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    1. -5
      December 20 2022
      oh how! Here is this sanction pressure! these are scraps from the economy! who did it all? Is it Mishustin? maybe we underestimate this comrade? And what does the fall mean, I still remember the euro was trading under a hundred, but how did it all grow so much and why? like a strong currency is not very good for export?
      1. -2
        December 20 2022
        Quote: voice of reason
        And what does the fall mean, I still remember the euro was trading under a hundred, but how did it all grow so much and why? like a strong currency is not very good for export?

        A strong currency is good for exports but bad for imports.

        Since there is a rapid depreciation of the ruble, it seems that imports in general will have a “kirdyk”. Yes, and the influx of euros and dollars for exports, against the background of the depreciation of the ruble, will also greatly decrease, but less than the currency consumption for imports.

        As a result, the balance of payments will be positive, which is what they proudly read about! Well, just fabulous!

        At the same time, where the ruble will be relative to the dollar and the euro is not clear! I have an account in a Belarusian bank in Russian rubles and why the hell did I not convert them into dollars or euros! As the ruble was "wooden", it has remained so!
        1. +4
          December 20 2022
          Quote: Damir Zakirov
          A strong currency is good for exports but bad for imports.

          Campaign confused in import-export ..
          The lower the ruble, the lower the value of exports in dollars on world exchanges. This means that exports are more competitive due to the low price. And it is more profitable for capitalists to take goods cheaper.
          1. -1
            December 20 2022
            Quote: Smoker
            Campaign confused in import-export ..
            The lower the ruble, the lower the value of exports in dollars on world exchanges. This means that exports are more competitive due to the low price.

            And what did I write about?

            EXPORT.
            Cost of Russian goods in rubles
            divide
            Dollar exchange rate in rubles
            we get
            The cost of goods in dollars for the Western consumer.
            The lower the price in dollars, the greater the demand in the West and the growth in exports. The growth of the dollar leads to an increase in exports.

            IMPORT.
            The price of foreign goods for the buyer of the Russian Federation in rubles
            is
            The price of this item in dollars
            multiply
            on the dollar exchange rate in rubles

            With the growth of the dollar, the price rises and becomes unaffordable. The volume of imports is falling.

            That's clearer?
            1. +3
              December 20 2022
              EXPORT.
              Cost of Russian goods in rubles
              divide
              Dollar exchange rate in rubles
              we get
              Cost of goods in dollars for the Western consumer

              Just sell it exclusively for rubles, and at a price that depends on supply and demand on the Moscow Exchange, and not at the prices that are set for us (colonial tax).
              1. +1
                December 20 2022
                Quote: lucul
                Just sell exclusively for rubles, and at a price that depends on supply and demand on the Moscow Exchange, and not at prices that are set for us (colonial tax)

                That's what I'm up to! About the declared "sale exclusively for rubles." If prices on world markets are formed in dollars, if all players are tied to these prices through conversions, then what are these declarations for?
                1. -2
                  December 20 2022
                  If prices on world markets are formed in dollars, if all players are tied to these prices through conversions

                  They are tied only because of the military power of the United States. If their military power is gone, everyone will forget about the dollar.
                2. 0
                  December 20 2022
                  Quote: Damir Zakirov
                  If prices in world markets are formed in dollars,

                  The United States tried to remove Russia from world markets. As a result, Russia is switching to settlements in national currencies. The West pays for our goods in rubles, buying them for dollars and euros. Western currency in the Russian Federation is accumulating, the demand for it is falling. It is now difficult to buy something in the West (sanctions on the sale of goods and disconnection from the SWIFT payment system) In the EU, euro cash is simply taken away from citizens of the Russian Federation when they return to the Russian Federation. Someone wants to make good money selling euros and dollars, hoping that, as before, profits and taxes collected at the end of the year will be converted into Western currency. Why do I need money that I can't buy anything with? Hence the hysteria! There are no Western goods and services, and there is no demand for Western money. And there are no problems with converting rubles into Egyptian pounds, reals, yuan. And inflation for 22 years ate 14% of the ruble, in the euro area inflation is 11%. The withdrawal of the euro has risen in price by 3%, the rest is speculation.
          2. +2
            December 20 2022
            A smoker, he's not confused, he's just a fan blower. He does not even understand why this short-term surge in the $ / € rate (despite the fact that it is less than even before the CBO).
        2. +1
          December 20 2022
          Quote: Damir Zakirov
          As the ruble was "wooden", it has remained so!

          That's why our government so hysterically underestimates the ruble exchange rate - so that the dollar and the euro are at least a little more expensive!
          Quote: Damir Zakirov
          I have an account in a Belarusian bank in Russian rubles and why the hell did I not convert them into dollars or euros!

          Yes, yes ... besides, Kudrin and Gref were pushing Russia. Pushed. Russia converted everything into dollars and euros... Has it become easier for Russia?
          I have no omissions with the ruble - I buy and sell on them. But it is the dollar and the euro that have become truly "wooden" in Russia. Their rate in Russia depends on how our government wants to see dollars - expensive or cheap.
          And the countries that import our main product from Russia first buy rubles, and then pay with them.
          1. 0
            December 20 2022
            Quote: Peter_Koldunov
            I have no omissions with the ruble - I buy and sell on them.

            And I live in Belarus, I invested in Russian rubles as a citizen of Russia and a patriot, and now I have to watch how stupidly they depreciate. That is why I have big questions about the ruble after 1992, 1998, 2008, 2014 and, finally, 2022. Five times, throughout my life, my native state "threw" changing.

            Quote: Peter_Koldunov
            But it is the dollar and the euro that have become truly "wooden" in Russia.

            Two weeks ago, the dollar was 2.4 Belarusian rubles, and now it is 2.66. By 10% in two weeks, the Belarusian and Russian rubles flew up the ass in terms of purchasing power. And I can definitely feel it in my pocket!

            Who is your comment for? Are you a pensioner with an indexed pension?
            And no one indexes anything for me, and therefore, together with the Russian ruble, my income is flying together in the ass!
            1. 0
              December 20 2022
              Try if there is a desire to change rubles on the number 27 while the tax period is coming. Further it will be worse.
              1. 0
                December 20 2022
                Quote: ASAD
                Try if there is a desire to change rubles on the number 27 while the tax period is coming. Further it will be worse.

                I'm aware of the tax period! The currency is changed on silence, and not on overclocking, when everything is clear to everyone!
            2. -2
              December 20 2022
              Five times, throughout my life, my native state "threw" changing.

              You've confused cause with effect.
              The depreciation of the ruble took place under external influence (as, for example, the United States is now putting pressure on the semiconductor industry in China), and the external influence will be the stronger, the weaker you are militarily.
              I don’t see any options (prosperous) for Russia at all, except for the Third World War.
              Here the situation is like that of a husband and wife - the wife (world Zionism) mentally provokes and puts pressure on the husband (Russia), it is only treated - getting it in the neck.)))
          2. +1
            December 20 2022
            Peter, do not pay attention to this hysteric, everything is explained to him below.
        3. +1
          December 20 2022
          Zakirov Damir, "depreciation of the ruble" - who is this nonsense designed for?))
          The exchange rates of $ and € at the end of February before the start of the CBO were in the region of ₽80, in March they generally became ₽120-140, now at 16.45 Moscow time ₽68,9 and ₽73,2, respectively. The Russian Ruble, in principle, is the strongest currency on the planet following the results of the past 354 days of 2022, all other currencies of the world collapsed against the dollar (at the same time, the Fed's "vacuum cleaner" cost the economy of Matrasia in a catastrophic collapse of American stock exchanges at the end of the year by several tens of trillions of dollars plus monthly debt servicing spending skyrocketed to 25% of budget spending, multi-million dollar cuts to the US workforce, Asian investors dumping $400 billion of US Treasures, etc.). Why now the ₽ has fallen by 5% is expected and understandable for financiers, read the professionals Antonov, Ivan Danilov Crimson, Spydell and Genby on Afterschock - there will be no worries or tantrums, a rollback of ₽ to 60 per euro / dollar is obvious.
          With regards to the "kirdyk to imports", in January-August [that is, 8 months] imports of only goods (excluding services) in the Russian Federation reached $ 200 billion, on the basis of which the annual may well exceed $ 300 billion (from October to December, imports always grow) - indicator similar to 2021 [if you count without services].
          PS The whiners, trying to find a hair in the plate, will scream about a foreign trade surplus of $ 2022-250 billion at the end of 270, but firstly, the Russian Federation in physical volumes exported this year less than almost ALL of its export nomenclature (petroleum products, steel, oil, petrochemical products, growing .oil, aluminum, gas, wheat, copper, fish, tractors & combines, military-industrial complex, meat, mineral fertilizers, timber industry products, barley, etc.) and secondly, about $ 20 billion went out of imports (~ 60% of the 2021 figure) foreign spending by Rostourists was affected by the closure of many European resorts for Russians and some others for various reasons. That is, Russia exported LESS than in 2021 (significantly less for some types), but received much more. Plus, the share of ₽ in foreign trade soared to 33%, the share of $ collapsed from 60+% to 34%, the share of € generally occupied an insignificant ~ 15%, therefore, the country already buys half of its imports not for bucks-euro, which means the absence of even a short-term impact on the cost of imports.
          1. -1
            December 20 2022
            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            The exchange rates of $ and € at the end of February before the start of the CBO were in the region of ₽80, in March they generally became ₽120-140, now at 16.45 Moscow time ₽68,9 and ₽73,2, respectively.

            Not yet evening! In a week they ran 10 rubles up!

            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            The Russian Ruble, in principle, is the strongest currency on the planet according to the results of the past 354 days of 2022, all other currencies of the world collapsed against the dollar

            The ruble strengthened against the backdrop of a sharp drop in imports. This is not the merit of the Russian economy - this is the result of sanctions!

            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            The whiners, trying to find a hair in the plate, will scream about a foreign trade surplus of $ 2022-250 billion in 270, but firstly, the Russian Federation in physical volumes exported this year less than almost ALL of its export nomenclature (petroleum products, steel, oil, petrochemical products, growing. oil, aluminum, gas, wheat, copper, fish, tractors & combines, military-industrial complex, meat, mineral fertilizers, timber industry products, barley, etc.)

            Only due to the sharp rise in prices in the world markets associated with the CBO, the inflow of foreign currency did not decrease. This is also not the merit of the Russian economy - this is the result of sanctions. Now there is an outflow of world prices back, but the volume of Russian exports will not even come close to the pre-war level!
            Accordingly, a decrease in the inflow of foreign currency will begin and, accordingly, the depreciation of the national currency. I don’t see any return to 60 rubles per dollar - only in the event of a repeated sharp rise in prices on world markets!

            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            That is, Russia exported LESS than in 2021 (significantly less for some types), but received much more. Plus, the share of ₽ in foreign trade soared to 33%, the share of $ collapsed from 60+% to 34%, the share of € generally occupied an insignificant ~ 15%, therefore, the country already buys half of its imports not for bucks-euro, which means the absence of even a short-term impact on the cost of imports.

            Dear! Prices on the world market are formed in dollars, and therefore China and Russia in their calculations are forced to recalculate in national currencies based on these world prices in dollars!

            That's when Russia starts to expose gas and oil in Russian prices at cost, that's when we get rid of the dollar.

            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            A smoker, he's not confused, he's just a fan blower. He does not even understand why this short-term surge in the $ / € rate (despite the fact that it is less than even before the CBO).

            On the fan, for now, you throw!
        4. 0
          December 20 2022
          Since there is a rapid depreciation of the ruble, it seems that imports in general will have a "kirdyk"

          This is a consequence of the restriction of oil prices for Russia, before him the ruble held.
          As the ruble was "wooden", it has remained so!

          It's just that Russia should sell both oil and gas and other resources only on the Moscow Exchange and exclusively for rubles.
          1. +1
            December 21 2022
            Quote: lucul
            This is a consequence of the restriction of oil prices for Russia, before him the ruble held.

            I agree.

            Quote: lucul
            It's just that Russia should sell both oil and gas and other resources only on the Moscow Exchange and exclusively for rubles.

            And here I agree, but I can't imagine the mechanism.

            Let's say we got rid of world oil prices.
            How will the mutual exchange rate of the national currencies of Russia and China take place?
            By purchasing power parity, for example, for a certain set of goods that are produced in both countries according to the classics?

            But there are many goods that are produced by one country, but not produced by another, let's say the same oil and gas? And here the peg will go back to the dollar.

            The most interesting thing is that when moving away from world prices in dollars, we are forced to go to third countries where a classic set of goods is cheaper than in Russia (for example, a set of food products). That is, their yuan can buy more than the Russian ruble.
            Thus, their national currency becomes stronger than the Russian one in determining the exchange rate. As a result, for the same volume of oil, we will receive less dollars in terms of money than if we traded oil with Western countries.

            So ours are maneuvering so that the West still buys, and even with a price ceiling, it is more profitable to push to the West than to China.

            Hope you get the gist? All the same, how the decoupling from the dollar will go, I do not understand.
      2. +1
        December 20 2022
        oh how! Here is this sanction pressure! these are scraps from the economy! who did it all? Is it Mishustin? maybe we underestimate this comrade? And what does the fall mean, I still remember the euro was trading under a hundred, but how did it all grow so much and why? like a strong currency is not very good for export?

        Alas, fast turnover is not good. This means that most do not believe in any papers and are in a hurry to wrap them in something material.
    2. +6
      December 20 2022
      The volume of trading on the Moscow Exchange this year exceeded a quadrillion rubles
      Against the backdrop of such news, and suddenly this:
      This week in the Russian Federation there was a fall in the exchange rate of the ruble against major foreign currencies.
      1. -5
        December 20 2022
        One dollar is worth 132 yen. Japanese. So for the general development...and 1 euro 144 yen. Japanese. Suddenly...
        1. +2
          December 20 2022
          One dollar is worth 132 yen. Japanese
          Is there also a non-Japanese yen? Well, that's okay, 1 US dollar = 1303,11 South Korean won , 1 US dollar = 900,00 DPRK won
        2. 0
          December 20 2022
          Forgot to mention that 133 yen per dollar was back in 1988
        3. +3
          December 20 2022
          With the Japanese yen, as well as with the Japanese economy, a catastrophe, no wonder the Bank of Japan is feverishly dumping US Treasures into the woods of billions of dollars every month. Like the Bank of China, Saudis, Indians, etc.
      2. +7
        December 20 2022
        Speculators have their joys tongue unknown to the majority of the population crying
      3. +2
        December 20 2022
        Quote: parusnik
        Against the backdrop of such news, and suddenly this:

        The end of the year ... a slight fall in the ruble and the budget will receive an extra .. trillion rubles ... and no fraud !!!
        1. +1
          December 20 2022
          Quote: Smoker
          End of the year... a slight drop in the ruble

          There, an experienced specialist in the fall of the ruble IMMEDIATELY IN TIMES and WITHOUT WARNING works in the presidential administration ... He was called “kinder surprise” for the default of 1998.
          Among the people, the four-month premiership of Kiriyenko was associated for a long time with the crisis and upheavals of 1998, which was assigned to the young reformer by the nickname "Kinder Surprise"

          https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Кириенко,_Сергей_Владиленович
          1. +5
            December 20 2022
            They put a young man in order to avert suspicion from themselves ... Politics ... they lived beyond their means, beautifully ... they need to let off steam in the economy, they take the boy to the post of prime minister and let off steam in the economy, then they remove the boy from the prime minister ... the people are glad that they shot a not good boy ... all the curses are kinder surprise, and the uncles continue the work of the party ..
        2. +2
          December 20 2022
          and no scam!
          This has never happened and here again! (C)
      4. +3
        December 20 2022
        Let me remind you that in March, $ / € were at ₽120/140, and on the last dates before the CBO at ₽75/80. Now at ₽69/73.
    3. +4
      December 20 2022
      Nothing foretold and here you will get ... a quadrallion wassat
    4. +2
      December 20 2022
      survived, we are glad that speculation is flourishing ... because something is not visible in real achievements and successes ...
    5. +5
      December 20 2022
      And what are we to do now - to clap our hands to these grandiose speculations.
    6. +1
      December 20 2022
      If we translate all export trade into rubles, then a quadrillion rubles of turnover on the stock exchange would be every week.
      Somehow there was infa in the American Stock Exchange Bulletin that only in the Russian fuel and energy complex, on an annualized basis, a trillion $ is spinning
    7. -2
      December 20 2022
      It was the 10th month of the SVO, partial mobilization was carried out, the military-industrial complex is being mobilized, the shelves in the stores are full, no one is storming the Kremlin. Who probably has been doing business since 2000.
    8. +3
      December 20 2022
      According to the chairman of the Moscow Exchange, the Russian financial market has managed to adapt to the new difficult conditions and continue its activities while maintaining stability.

      How curious!!! fellow
      Russian SPECULANTS have learned to do without the help of WESTERN PARTNERS... laughing
      I’m racking my brains: why did the “clean-tide” become two and a half times more expensive ...
      And there, it turns out, they “earned” a million billion rubles ...
      1. -2
        December 20 2022
        Quote: yuriy55
        Russian SPECULANTS have learned to do without the help of WESTERN PARTNERS...
        I’m racking my brains: why did the “clean-tide” become two and a half times more expensive ...

        In defense of us, I will say that WESTERN PARTNERS have also learned to do without Russian SPECULANTS ...
        And now residents in the EU countries are also racking their brains - why do bills for huts become twice as expensive, and in huts twice as cold?
        1. +1
          December 20 2022
          Quote: Peter_Koldunov
          And now residents in the EU countries are also racking their brains - why do bills for huts become twice as expensive, and in huts twice as cold?

          I don't care about the problems of the inhabitants of the EU countries. I remember the times when there were no water meters in the apartments and the purified water was not drained back into the river (water intake).
          Ordinary Russian citizens have no protection from Russian speculators (are you suggesting that they are kinder than Western ones?). This is the main problem of Russia, because we have created a speculative economy ... It takes a long time to explain, therefore, - roll it to the mother of the boy Benya.
      2. Fat
        -1
        December 20 2022
        Quote: yuriy55
        And there, it turns out, they "earned" a million billion rubles.

        Trading volume is not profit, but an indicator of the popularity of the trading platform laughing
        1. +2
          December 20 2022
          Quote: Thick
          Trading volume is not profit, but an indicator of the popularity of the trading platform

          Yeah ... wassat
          I remembered how Petka and Vasily Ivanovich went to a brothel ... The last two doors with signs: "Expensive" and "Cheap" ... They chose where it was written: "Cheap" ... It turned out to be an exit to the street ... That's all popularity...
    9. +1
      December 20 2022
      close, close the hell with this speculators' eatery
    10. +1
      December 20 2022
      And we all cry - there is no money. There is nothing to pay salaries and pensions

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