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The cumulative net capital outflow of asset funds from the Russian Federation rose to $ 205 million in a week

The cumulative net capital outflow of asset funds from the Russian Federation rose to $ 205 million in a week

© Reuters. The cumulative net capital outflow of asset funds from the Russian Federation rose to $ 205 million in a week

Investors' optimism towards EM (emerging markets – emerging markets) turned out to be short-term, Russia was no exception, according to a review by the lead strategist of BCS Global Markets Vyacheslav Smolyaninov.

The total net outflow of capital from the equity and debt markets of the Russian Federation from funds (including all funds investing in equities and bonds of the Russian Federation) for the week of 4 to 10 October 2018 amounted to $ 205 million against an inflow of $ 20 million a week earlier, according to EPFR Global.

The net outflow of capital from Russian shares by the funds (including all funds investing in the shares of the Russian Federation) for the reporting week amounted to approximately $ 180 million against the outflow of $ 30 million a week earlier. The fund, which invests solely in the shares of the Russian Federation, registered a capital outflow of $ 140 million against an outflow of $ 60 million a week earlier.

As a result of the week ending October 10, funds (including all funds invested in Russian bonds) were withdrawn from the Russian Federation bonds for $ 25 million, a week earlier there was an inflow of $ 50 million. funds from bonds that were focused solely on Russia, there was a slight inflow of capital during the second week: at the end of the reporting week this was $ 5 million.

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