Ban on short selling to be lifted

MOSCOW: Russia’s central bank will lift a ban on some short selling on the stock market but this will be limited to shares in 83 enterprises and can be carried out only by banks and brokers, according to the Moscow stock exchange.

The announcement means that short sales remain prohibited for the vast majority of investors.

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