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  • Alfa Bank
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  • Promsvyazbank
  • Raiffeisen Bank
  • Region BC
  • ROSBANK
  • URALSIB Capital
  • Veles Capital
  • VTB Capital
  • AK BARS Bank
  • Alfa-Capital
  • Bank Saint Petersburg
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  • GLOBEXBANK
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  • Nordea Bank
  • NPF Blagosostoyanie
  • Otkrytie Brokerage House
  • PFL Advisors
  • Price Center «Cbonds Valuation»
  • Promsvyaz, Ltd.
  • RANEPA
  • RUSIPOTEKA
  • Sberbank Asset Management
  • Septem Capital
  • The Center for Macroeconomic Analysis and Short-term Forecasting
  • UniService Capital
  • Zerich Capital Management
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June 18, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 17, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 14, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 13, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 11, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 10, 2019
E.Gavrilenkov and A.Kudrin Russia’s Growth: Walking with Hurdles
Description
Rosstat recently published some data which looked both disappointing and encouraging. On the one hand, it reported that Russia's GDP grew just 0.5% in 1Q19, which was well below all expectations. On the other hand, April statistics surprisingly looked much more encouraging, i. e. well above what could have been expected amid the suddenly decelerated GDP growth in the first quarter. As in the years to come the regulatory environment is likely to remain unchanged in Russia, its economic growth may be partially supported by some improvements in the macroeconomic policy. In addition to the CBR’s potential lowering of the key rate Minfin can also make its own contribution to the simplification and long-term stability of the financial system if it decides to stop depositing money with banks and to reduce its role as a major liquidity regulator via quantitative measures. Such actions by Minfin would also help reduce interest rates for borrowers other than financial institutions and support economic growth.
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 06, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 05, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
Cbonds EM CBONDS GLOBAL MONTHLY NEWSLETTER ISSUE STATISTICS AND LEAGUE TABLES for May 2019
June 04, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
June 03, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 31, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 30, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 29, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 28, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 27, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 24, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 23, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 22, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 21, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
May 20, 2019
ROSBANK Café et Croissant. Russian Daily
E.Gavrilenkov and A.Kudrin Monetary Policy: Financial Crowding-Out Set to Continue
Description
Even though Russia’s pace of economic growth is far from what one can call a success, the country continues to present a very solid static picture in the environment of an elevated key policy rate (implying that short-term macroeconomic risks are low) – a quite favorable environment for bond investors. The reserve accumulation by the Finance Ministry via FX purchases in line with the fiscal rule was an important factor that affects ruble liquidity on money markets. Indeed, the ministry spent over R1.2 trln to buy FX on the market since mid-January and announced that it will spend over R300 bln on FX purchases from May 14 to June 6. The Finance Ministry has become a major player on the money markets – both in the ruble and FX segments – and it turned out that the ministry became the major supplier of the ruble liquidity to the markets already in 2017, while the Central Bank became a liquidity absorber.
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