The Russian stock market began trading with a decline amid a deterioration in the external stock market and raw materials, but the RTS index almost immediately corrected upward. The Moscow Exchange index for a minute of trading sank by 0.21% – to 2297.12 points. The RTS index by 10:01 Moscow time added 0.02% and amounted to 1253.96 points. Stock indices of the largest countries in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) are falling today amid concerns about inflation. Meanwhile, U.S. stocks ended Monday with solid gains amid a general increase in risk appetite in financial markets on signals that the United States may lift some of the trade restrictions on China imposed by the administration of former U.S. President Donald Trump. European stocks also rose yesterday after falling last week. Oil is getting cheaper during trading on expectations of weak demand in China. Source: FINMARKET.RU

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