Dollar exchange rate dropped below 88 rubles 07:32

When we started trading on the Moscow Exchange, the ruble rate rose against the dollar and the euro, but fell against the Chinese yuan. This was reported by RIA News According to data from the Moscow Stock Exchange.

Dollar and euro exchange rates fell below 88 and 96 rubles for the first time since June 30.

Then, in “tomorrow” calculations, as of 07:18 Moscow time, the rate of the American currency fell by 36 kopecks and settled at 88.04 rubles. The exchange rate of the European currency decreased by 19 kopecks to 96.51 rubles, and the Chinese currency increased by 1 kopeck to 12.33 rubles.

The other day, the Central Bank of Russia Established The official dollar exchange rate on November 21 was 88.4954 rubles, which was 63 kopecks lower than the previous figure.

He is also an analyst at the investment company Alor Broker Andrey Ashkinin said said that the Russian ruble may continue to grow under current conditions until the end of the year and will strengthen by about 2-4 rubles.

Formerly at the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs statedThe US dollar ceases to lead the world.

Source: Gazeta


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