Russia goes large

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"Russian equities have been growing at a rate of between 40% and 50% over the past five years," says Oleg Jelezko, Moscow-based managing director of equity finance and structured products at Renaissance Capital, the largest structured products issuer in Russia. There are many things playing in Russia's favour and the outlook for 2006 looks even more promising, he adds.

Gazprom, Russia's largest company and the biggest natural gas extractor in the world, made its debut on both the Russian Trading

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