The Russian stock market began trading in the red zone amid mixed signals from external trading floors, the ongoing negative reaction to new EU anti-Russian sanctions and the entry into force of the decision of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation to lift the ban on opening new short positions. US stock indices fell 0.4-0.7% yesterday. Among the factors putting pressure on the US stock market were fears that high inflation will begin to negatively affect corporate profits, as well as expectations of a rapid tightening of monetary policy by the Fed, which, according to experts, could trigger a recession in the economy. Most European equity markets ended trading lower on Tuesday. Stock Asia is trading today without a single dynamics. Meanwhile, plus US stock futures. Oil prices are rising after falling in previous trading amid reports of new sanctions against Russia and the prospect of suspending its participation in the OPEC+ deal. The Moscow Exchange index decreased by 0.56% and as of 10:01 Moscow time amounted to 2342.45 points. The RTS index dropped 0.76% in a minute of trading to 1198.88 points. Source: FINMARKET.RU

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