MOSCOW, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Here are events and news stories
that could move Russian markets on Monday.
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ROSSIYSKY CAPITAL- Says that weak U.S. industrial output and
Chinese retail sales mean that on Monday the Russian market will
probably fall on opening.
OLMA-Says the external backdrop doesn't provide reasons for
strong movements. The holiday in the U.S. means that foreign
investors' activity will probably be limited.
EVENTS (All times GMT):
MOSCOW-President Vladimir Putin meets the King of Jordan
MOSCOW-Transneft and Novorossiisk port to
hold a briefing.
MOSCOW-Press conference by Sistema chairman Vladimir
Yevtushenkov and Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.
MOSCOW-Rosinter restaurant chain to deliver full-year
2012 trading update.
MOSCOW-Pre-trial hearing in case of Sergei Magnitsky.
ARMENIA-President Serzh Sarksyan is expected to be re-elected
for a second term.
IN THE PAPERS:
Russia is preparing to introduce a system for guaranteeing
pension savings, similar to its system for guaranteeing retail
bank deposits, the Vedomosti daily reports.
Russian banks will not be able to pay generous dividends, as
they require some 3 trillion roubles ($99.7 billion) in fresh
capital over the next three years, Vedomosti reports.
Russia's former defence minister Anatoly Serdyukov may be
charged with large-scale fraud this week, the 'Nezavisimaya
Gazeta' newspaper reports citing sources in the military justice
TOP STORIES IN RUSSIA AND THE CIS:
G20 back from currency brink, heat off Japan
G20 promises unlikely to end devaluation row TEXT-Main points of G20 finance communique
HIGHLIGHTS-Policymakers' quotes at G20 Britain, France and Germany back tax clampdown
Developer pledges $3 bln for DreamWorks parks Moscow Exchange IPO prices at low-end Moscow Exchange shares steady after flotation Russia's Rostec in JV talks with Bombardier
Armenian president set to win election Three militants shot dead in Dagestan Russia cleans up after meteor blast Russian central bank to consider rate cuts Russian industrial output in shock fall
Med Crude-Urals stronger in Baltic LNG
must not challenge Gazprom exports-Dep PM
Norilsk denied talks on copper deposit
RTS 1,575.6 -0.1 pct
MSCI Russia 829.3 -0.1 pct
MSCI Emerging Markets 1,064.6 -0.2 pct
Russia 2030-year Eurobond yield: 3.086/3.047 pct
EMBI+ Russia 154 basis points over
NYMEX crude $95.68 -$0.18
ICE Brent crude $117.79 +$0.13
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