Euroclear bars rubles and Russia equities trading remains suspended

The National Bank of Ukraine
The National Bank of Ukraine
Oksana Parafeniuk

Russia’s central bank suspended equity trading for the second successive day as international sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine continued to take effect.

The Bank of Russia announced late yesterday (February 28) that it would suspend Moscow’s equities exchange for the second successive day. Equities in subsidiaries of Russian companies continued to come under severe pressure.

The Russian central bank unveiled a flurry of measures throughout the day yesterday, including raising its main

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