Following the results of exchange trading on 9 December 2022, stability was observed on the exchange market of motor gasoline of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange.
Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange, together with the State Reserves Management Committee under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, launched a specialized electronic trading platform.
In ten months of 2022, the total trading volume on the Uzbekistan Republican Currency Exchange (UzRCE) reached its record high of 549.38 trillion soums, the increase relative to the same indicator of last year amounted to 86.15%.
From 7 to 13 November, goods worth 2.58 trillion soums were sold on all trading platforms of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange (UZEX), which 8.3% more than the previous week. Of these, 82.9% of sales came from exchange auctions, 1.5% - from exhibition and fair sales, 15.4% - from government purchases and 0.2% - from online auctions of license plates.
The Uzbek Republican Currency Exchange (UzRCE), in cooperation with the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan, organized a webinar for commercial banks.
Deals with futures contracts were concluded for the first time on the UzRCE currency market.
On 1 November 2022, at the auction of the Uzbek Republican Currency Exchange (UzRCE), for the first time transactions were concluded for the purchase of government securities by a foreign investor represented by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, whose dealer was Asaka Bank.
Over the past week, that is, for the period from 24 to 30 October, goods worth 2,53 trillion soums were sold on all trading platforms of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange (UZEX), which 5.4% less than the previous week.
On 27-28 October 2022, meetings were organized between officials of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange (UZEX) and foreign partners in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).
On 24 October 2022, a debut transaction for the purchase of government securities by a foreign investor was registered at the auctions of the Uzbek Republican Currency Exchange (UzRCE).