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What does ICE stand for?

ICE stands for Interbank Currency Exchange (Belarus)

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Keynote speakers will include Sergey Cheryomin, Minister, Department for Foreign Economic Activity and International Relations of the Moscow Government, as well as representatives from the Department of Finance of the Moscow Government, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, the Russian Direct Investment Fund, the Russian Trading System, the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange, the RTS and MICEX stock exchanges, and the Commission on Transnational Corporation.
Though he still remains second on the list of Russia's most wealthy individuals, the combined fortunes of Abramovich and 48 other rich Russians has slid by 69 per cent to 151 billion dollars, mirroring the 67 per cent decline in the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange or Micex Index.
7% percentage increase in the price of oil per barrel over the same period, including a one-day spike of $16 per barrel--the largest in trading history 17% Drop in the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (Micex) Index on September 16 8% Drop in the Irish Stock Exchange on September 16 5.
The ruble plunged almost 40 percent against the German mark after the Central Bank voided trading against the dollar on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange, and banks reported that the government had failed to make some payments on its longer-term debt.