SPB Exchange monthly report, November 2021

The value of foreign-securities transactions in main trading on SPB Exchange in November 2021 was USD 40.93 billion,1 up 32.52% from October (USD 30.88 billion) and up 62.33% from November 2020 (USD 25.21 billion). For 11 months of 2021, the trading volume amounted to USD 363.85 billion, up 168.28% from 11 months of 2020 (USD 135.62 billion).

The average daily trading volume involving foreign securities in November increased by 26.50% from October to USD 1.86 billion. Investors made 29.34 million transactions in main trading sessions in November.

The number of active investor accounts in November increased by 7.69% to 909.63 thousand (844.70 thousand in October). The number of accounts with positions in securities was 1.56 million, up 5.70% from October.

As of November 30, 17.40 million client accounts were admitted to trading on SPB Exchange, an increase of 8.49% from a month earlier (16.04 million in October). The number of unique customers was 11.81 million, 7.85% more than in October.

November trades involved 1,661 equities and depositary receipts of foreign issuers as well as 22 Eurobonds. The value of transactions in main trading involving Eurobonds in November was USD 3.58 million.

The leading foreign securities by trading volume in main trading sessions were the equities and depositary receipts of the following issuers: Tesla (SPB: TSLA, 12.59%2 of the total trading volume by value in November), NVIDIA (SPB: NVDA, 4.57%), Moderna (SPB: MRNA, 3.93%), Alibaba (SPB: BABA, 2.44%), Amazon (SPB: AMZN, 1.71%), Meta Platforms (SPB: FB, 1.64%), Apple (SPB: AAPL, 1.53%), VipShop (SPB: VIPS, 1.45%), Advanced Micro Devices (SPB: AMD, 1.40%), PayPal (SPB: PYPL, 1.36%).

The top 10 equities and depositary receipts of foreign issuers in investor portfolios in monetary terms as a percentage of the total volume at the end of November (average portfolio) were Alibaba (SPB: BABA, 5.91%), Apple (SPB: AAPL, 3.22%), Tesla (SPB: TSLA, 2.97%), Virgin Galactic (SPB: SPCE, 2.45%), Freedom Holding (SPB: FRHC, 2.18%), Meta Platforms (SPB: FB, 2.00%), Microsoft (SPB: MSFT, 1.91%), Amazon (SPB: AMZN, 1.79%), Boeing (SPB: BA, 1.68%), Baidu (SPB: BIDU, 1.68%).

The share of trading volume in securities from the list of indices3 approved by the Bank of Russia in the total trading volume (in main trading sessions) in November was 57.22%.

In November, 26.4% of the monthly trading volume took place between 10:00 and 16:30 Moscow time, while 1.5% of monthly trading took place between 7:00 and 10:00 Moscow time (100 equities and depositary receipts were available for investors during this trading period).

The five leading brokers by trading volume in November (in main trading sessions) were Tinkoff Bank, VTB Bank (PJSC), AO Alfa Bank, BCS Ltd., and IC Finam JSC.

About PJSC «SPB Exchange»

SPB Exchange is the leading exchange for international securities in the Russian financial market. SPB Exchange operates according to a B2B2C model, simultaneously focussing on retail investors and financial intermediaries as direct customers. SPB Exchange provides investment opportunities for Russian and international investors by offering a wide range of investment products, following best-execution principles and using smart order routing. Opening at 7 a.m. Moscow time, SPB Exchange’s proprietary technology platform provides 19-hour access to an expansive pool of investment products of international financial markets, tight spreads, and unique liquidity.

SPB Exchange’s trading hours cover trading sessions on international exchanges, including regular as well as pre-market and a significant part of post-market trading in the United States and Europe.

SPB Exchange Group includes the subsidiary operating companies MFB Clearing Center (JSC), which provides clearing services, and PJSC Best Efforts Bank, which acts as a settlement depository.

1 The value of transactions (in main trading) involving foreign securities, which includes equities and depositary receipts of foreign issuers with listings in the United States and Germany and on the LSE, is provided.
2 Percentages of equities and depositary receipts in the total trading volume (in main trading) on SPB Exchange for foreign securities in November 2021.
3 The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Nasdaq-100 (NDX), S&P 500 (SPX) and DAX 40.