Russian Trading System

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Russian Trading System (RTS)

An electronic system in Russia, like the Nasdaq system on which the majority of Russian equities trading is conducted.

Russian Trading System

A stock exchange in Russia. The Russian Trading System was established in 1995 by combining regional exchanges in the country into a large, electronic exchange. It is considered one of the more important exchanges in Russia; it publishes the RTS Index, which is considered an important benchmark on the direction of Russian stocks.
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Russia's competition regulator said Friday it has given the green light to stock market operator Russian Trading System (RTB:RTSX), or RTS, to lift its stake in securities depository Depository Clearing Company (DCC) to 97.
Russia's main stock exchange operator Micex Group will offer to acquire rival Russian Trading System (RTB:RTSX), or RTS, to create a single clearinghouse for securities trading in the country, Sergei Shvetsov, head of the Central Bank's financial market operations, said at a Micex forum on Wednesday.
The Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) intends to shed its interest in the Depository Clearing Company (DCC) to stock market operator Russian Trading System Stock Exchange (RTB:RTSX) by 1 March, vice-president Vladimir Gusakov told reporters on Friday.

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