On March 28, the Moscow Stock Exchange will start trading futures for an exchange-traded fund that invests in the largest Japanese companies. Contracts will be denominated in foreign currency when settled in Russian rubles.

Moscow Stock Exchange to start trading futures for a fund that invests in Japanese companies

The press service of the Moscow Stock Exchange spoke about the expansion of the line of derivatives for global assets.

Starting March 28, trading in Russian Ruble iShares Core Nikkei 225 UCITS ETF futures will begin on the site. The fund invests in shares of the 225 largest Japanese companies included in the Nikkei 225 Index.

Several series of contracts with execution in 2023 and March 2024 will be available to investors. Transactions and settlements will be made in Russian Rubles when contracts are denominated in Japanese Yen.

Mosbirzhe already owns futures contracts for exchange-traded funds that invest in the largest companies in the US, Hong Kong and Germany.

This year, the Moscow Stock Exchange plans to launch futures trading for Brazilian and Turkish indices.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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