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Authorities Plan to Simplify Friendly-Country Investor Access to Russian Stock Market

RUSSIA
  • Authorities plan to simplify the access of investors and companies from friendly countries to the Russian stock market, according the government-approved strategy for the development of the financial market, seen by Izvestia. It states that it is necessary to create incentives for non-residents to invest in Russian instruments and to improve tax conditions for foreign investors.
  • The price cap on Russian crude oil exports is starving President Putin’s budget, though it likely won’t force him to ratchet down spending for years thanks to a $45b buffer of yuan reserves, Bloomberg report. Should Russian Urals average the same trading price range as now, Russia has enough to cover its shortfall for the next three years, according to Bloomberg Economics. However, if Urals trades in the range of $40 to $50, revenue will fall as much as $36b short of what the government budgeted.
  • PPI and weekly CPI data is on the docket today at 1600 GMT/1900 local time. President Putin will hold an online meeting with the government while Deputy Finance Ministers Sazanov and Moiseev will take part in the Federation Council’s budget and financial markets committee.
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  • Authorities plan to simplify the access of investors and companies from friendly countries to the Russian stock market, according the government-approved strategy for the development of the financial market, seen by Izvestia. It states that it is necessary to create incentives for non-residents to invest in Russian instruments and to improve tax conditions for foreign investors.
  • The price cap on Russian crude oil exports is starving President Putin’s budget, though it likely won’t force him to ratchet down spending for years thanks to a $45b buffer of yuan reserves, Bloomberg report. Should Russian Urals average the same trading price range as now, Russia has enough to cover its shortfall for the next three years, according to Bloomberg Economics. However, if Urals trades in the range of $40 to $50, revenue will fall as much as $36b short of what the government budgeted.
  • PPI and weekly CPI data is on the docket today at 1600 GMT/1900 local time. President Putin will hold an online meeting with the government while Deputy Finance Ministers Sazanov and Moiseev will take part in the Federation Council’s budget and financial markets committee.