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  • 10.11.2014
    Bank of Russia The Bank of Russia abolished the regular interventions and currency exchange rate corridor

    Effective from 10 November 2014, the Bank of Russia abolished the exchange rate policy mechanism through cancelling the permissible range of the dual-currency basket ruble values (operational band) and regular interventions within and outside the borders of this band. However, the new approach of the Bank of Russia to operations in the domestic market does not provide for complete abandonment of foreign exchange interventions, which can be implemented in case of financial stability threats. Meanwhile, the new exchange rate regime provides for predominantly reverse transactions in the domestic market.

    As a result of the implementation of this decision, the ruble exchange rate will be determined by the market factors, that should enhance the efficiency of the Bank of Russia monetary policy and ensure price stability. Besides, the new approach to operations in the domestic FX market will contribute to faster adjustment of the economy to changes of external conditions and enhance its resistance to negative shocks.

  • 10.11.2014
    Tass There will be no boosting of the state debt - Putin Speaking of Russia's state debt, Putin said the country has no plans to boost it, and the figure is set to stand at a safe level of 15% of GDP. “There will be no boosting of the state debt,” the Russian leader said at the APEC summit. “We plan to hold it at a safe and controlled level – not less than 15% of GDP. The Russian president said the country’s long-term goals for development remain the same. “Russia is preserving macroeconomic stability and is conducting a balanced and accurate budget policy,” he said.

  • 07.11.2014
    RIA Novosti Siluanov: CBR has enough reserves for operational response Anton Siluanov, head of the RF Ministry of Finance, supports the Bank of Russia’s monetary policy in the reduction of the presence on the foreign exchange market, and believes that the regulator has enough reserves for an operational response. "I would like to say that the Central Bank has accumulated sufficient reserves to respond quickly to the situation. Currently the Central Bank maintains a policy of reducing its interference in the foreign exchange market. I believe it is justified in terms of finding a new position by the ruble under the changed external factors," – said Siluanov.

  • 31.10.2014
    World Bank Russia moved up 30 positions in the World Bank’s ranking of Doing Business Russia rose to 30 positions in a new World Bank’s ranking of Doing Business, taking the 62nd position. The rating assesses the comfort of doing business in 189 countries around the world. Greece is ahead of Russia, Moldova goes after Russia taking the 63rd position. In the previous year's Doing Business Russia was ranked 92nd between Barbados and Serbia. Basic data for the study of Russia and Moscow are available on the World Bank's site Doing Business-2015.

  • 31.10.2014
    Bank of Russia Bank of Russia raised its key interest rate from 8.0% to 9.5% The Board of directors of the Bank of Russia has decided to raise its key interest rate (the rate of weekly REPO) from 8.0% to 9.5%. Also, the Bank of Russia raised the rates on other instruments providing liquidity to banks: the rates on continuous operations (at fixed interest rates) were increased from 9.0% to 10.5%, on 3-month auctions for loans secured by non-marketable assets - from 8.25% to 9.75%, on deposit operations – from 7.0% to 8.5%. An accompanying statement of the regulator is available on the website of the Bank of Russia. The next meeting of the Board of directors of the Central Bank of Russia on the issues of monetary policy is scheduled for December 11.

  • 29.10.2014
    Sergei Sobyanin made a presentation at the Moscow City Council on the results of the Moscow Government’s activity and the main parameters of the city’s budget for 2015 - 2017 Sergei Sobyanin addressed to the deputies of the Moscow City Duma an annual report on the results of the Moscow Government’s activity and the main parameters of the city’s budget for 2015 - 2017. "Every year important political events take place in Moscow. Such an important event of the current year was the election of deputies of the Moscow City Duma. You came to the city’s parliament in a time period that is not the easiest. It is easy to work in public authorities when there is a rapid growth of the economy, the growth of budget revenues, and it is much more difficult to work in a situation when the city is in a turbulent period, in the crisis period, when you have to make difficult and not always popular decisions ", - he said.

  • 23.10.2014
    Moody's Investors Service Moody's Interfax affirmed its national scale rating on the city of Moscow 22 October 2014 -- Moody's Interfax Rating Agency has today affirmed its Aaa.ru national scale rating on the city of Moscow.

  • 22.10.2014
    Moody's Investors Service Moody's downgrades the rating of the city of Moscow to Baa2 from Baa1

  • 15.10.2014
    SBI Mosfinagency Analysis of the RF regional budgets’ implementation in January – August 2014

  • 14.10.2014
    TASS A draft budget of the city of Moscow for 2015-2017 was approved at the Moscow Government’s meeting on 14 October 2014 At the meeting the Moscow Government adopted a draft three-year budget of the city of Moscow. According to the document, the budget revenues are planned in the amount of 1 486 billion roubles in 2015, 1 536 billion roubles in 2016 and 1 605 billion roubles in 2017. The budget expenses are expected to be 1 633 billion roubles in 2015, 1 664 billion roubles in 2016 and 1 718 billion roubles in 2017. The budget deficit will be equal to 147 billion roubles in 2015, 128 billion roubles in 2016 and 113 billion roubles in 2017.

  • 08.10.2014
    IMFSurvey Magazine On 7 October 2014 the International Monetary Fund has published a survey “World Economic Outlook” Global Growth Disappoints, Pace of Recovery Uneven and Country-Specific Global growth at 3.3 percent in 2014 rising to 3.8 percent in 2015 Legacies from crisis, low potential growth weigh on recovery Increased downside risks to global growth, including financial and geopolitical

  • 06.10.2014
    Moscow Mayor S.S. Sobyanin’s appeal to the participants of the Contest of innovative proposals “Innovators of Moscow”

    Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin supported the Contest “Innovators of Moscow” and signed a letter to the staff of the Moscow Government and subordinate organizations with an appeal to actively participate in the Contest. In the letter Sergey Sonyanin emphasized the importance of the project and urged all the employees of the executive authorities of the capital to submit their ideas and suggestions.

  • 29.09.2014
    Confirmation of a credit rating of Moscow 26/09/2014 Standard & Poor's Ratings Services affirmed its 'BBB-' long-term issuer credit rating and its 'ruAAA' Russia national scale rating on Russia's capital city of Moscow. The outlook is negative.

  • 23.09.2014
    МК Siluanov: Russia will keep its reserves not in US or EU bonds, but in BRICS securities According to the RF Minister of Finance, the Russian Federation will refuse from the bonds of the countries that have introduced anti-Russia sanctions. Head of the RF Ministry of Finance Anton Siluanov clarified that a respective regrouping would be made gradually, while he did not inform when the first purchase of debt securities of Brazil, India, China or the South-African Republic could take place. Russia will change the terms of the agreements and sell the bonds of the countries that have introduced anti-Russia sanctions, and the funds thus received are planned to be invested into securities of BRICS countries: China, Brazil, India and the SAR, stated head of the RF Ministry of Finance Anton Siluanov. “We would like to depart from investing into bonds of the countries that introduce sanctions against us. The regrouping will be made gradually”, - he noted not specifying when exactly the Russian Federation intended to commence dumping American and European bonds of Western countries and purchasing the first portfolio of BRICS debt securities. Along with that the Minister underlined that the RF government was not going to punish Western countries by that measure, because the Russian share in the aggregate amount of debt governmental securities of the EU and USA was not substantial enough to affect their rates.

  • 30.07.2014
    Statement Of Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew

  • 30.07.2014
    The following entities have been added to OFAC's Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List

  • 08.06.2014
    Reuters Moscow developed a debt strategy keeping a conservative approach, – said Denis Mikhailov, head of SBI MosFinAgency, in an interview with Reuters INTERVIEW – Moscow developed a debt strategy keeping a conservative approach – Russian television and radio communications (RTSR)


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