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A plan to open up Russia's bond market to international investors is set to become operational...

A plan to open up Russia's bond market to international investors is set to become operational in January, according to the Micex. To call Russia's debt market "underdeveloped" is an understatement: Non-residents make up aout 7% of the business, well below any other EM you can name. The flows, says SocGen, should be bullish for all Russia-related assets.
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  • Tony Petroski
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    "To call Russia's debt market 'underdeveloped' is an understatement: Non-residents make up aout 7% of the business..."

     

    (Plea from U.S. investors: Is this what we got from the cold war? U.S. investment, .0006%. Russian investment...tell Vlad?)

     

    Which way do I go?
    13 Nov 2012, 10:47 AM Reply Like
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