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Dollar reaches 55 rubles again

The ruble exchange rate is strengthening against the dollar and the euro on the Moscow Stock Exchange: the dollar declined by 0.18 rubles and was worth 55.9 rubles,  The euro exchange rate fell 0.24 rubles and was worth 59.65 …

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Euro reaches 2015 summer low

The euro fell below 60 rubles, thus renewing the minimum of early July 2015. At 18:28 (Moscow time), the euro was at the level of 59.98 rubles, gazeta.ru writes. …

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Dollar returns in July 2015

There was a sharp decline in the dollar exchange rates today on the Moscow stock exchange. Dollar fell below 56,55 rubles for the first time since mid-July 2015, reaching 56.36 rubles. The euro exchange rate declined by 0.29 rubles to 60.63 …

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Andrei Kostin: dollar to decline by six rubles

Until the end of 2017, the ruble exchange rate may strengthen by 10%, the head of VTB Andrey Kostin said. "We believe that the ruble had to strengthen, but it was before  the government announced the …

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Does ruble reach its maximum?

Today's trading on the Moscow stock exchange resulted a sharp decline in the dollar and the euro exchange rates against the ruble. As of 10:40 (MSK), the euro exchange rate fell below the level of 60 rubles, and as of 11:40 it …

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Euro falls below 60 rubles

The euro exchange rate fell to 59 rubles at the Moscow Exchange for the first time since June 3, 2015. As of 11:02 (MSK), the euro exchange rate reached 59.88 rubles. The dollar exchange rate, in turn, declined by 0.46 …

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 Dollar falls below 58 rubles

As of 10:10 am (MSK), the dollar exchange rate was worth only 57.9625 rubles at the morning trading session at the Moscow Exchange. For the last time the ruble exchange rate was so high in summer 2015. The euro was worth 61.32 rubles. …

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Brent oil price raises above $57

The cost of the futures of Brent crude oil on London's ICE trading have risen by 0.94% to $57.05 per barrel. The last time the price of Brent crude rose above $57 per barrel was on January 6, 2017, TASS recalls. …

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What will happen to ruble without US sanctions?

If the US eases the sanctions, the Russian currency would appreciate 5% to 10%, according to 27 economists surveyed by Bloomberg, with 41% of respondents predicting a gain of 1% to 5%. However, the probability that the US president …

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Rubles to be taken in Turkey as payment

Russian Sberbank and Turkish Denizbank intend to implement the ruble payment system in the agricultural and tourism sectors, the CEO of Denizbank, Hakan Atesh said. According to him, the relations between Russian and Turkish banks …

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Dollar back at 60

Today during trades on the Moscow Stock Exchange the dollar passed psychological barrier of 60 rubles per $1. For some time the US currency drifted around 59,9-60,05 rubles per $1, but then went up, gaining almost 1 ruble since trades …

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Why does Russia need ruble to be stable?

The Russian government along with the Central Bank are preparing a joint strategy to tackle ruble long-term volatility, the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Igor Shuvalov, told Bloomberg. "It is obvious …

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