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Interactive Brokers Adds Access to Moscow Exchange for Worldwide Clients

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Global electronic broker Interactive Brokers has opened access to the Moscow Exchange (MOEX) for its worldwide clients. The company previously provided trading in MOEX listed stocks exclusively for Russian residents. The extended arrangement provides access to MOEX via Raiffeisenbank, which holds a Russian broker licence. The ability to trade directly on MOEX outside of Russia and through a local broker is supported by MOEX’s Sponsored Market Access (SMA) model, low latency, and fully redundant global point of presence architecture.

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